• The Fort Peck Reservation is home to two separate American Indian Nations, each composed of numerous bands and divisions.

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  • Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux Tribes
    501 Medicine Bear Road
    PO Box 1027
    Poplar, Montana 59255
    P: 406.768.2300
    F: 406.768.5478
    E: info@fortpecktribes.net

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The following dates are being published to inform Tribal voters of dates required under the Election Ordinance:
Close of Candidacy
*Tribal Executive Board
Wednesday, Sept.13th @ 4:30pm
Absentee Off-Reservation Mail-Out requests must be in the Office of the Secretary Accountant Thursday, Sept.28th @ 4:30pm
On-Reservation Absentee Voting Available at Tribal Building Beginning Sept. 28th until 4:30pm, October 27th
District Change Friday, October 13th @ 4:30pm
Close of Voter Registration Friday, October 13th @ 4:30pm
Election Day Saturday, October 28th

Voter Registration Form

Any registered voter may vote by absentee ballot.
Absentee ballot requests are mailed to eligible voters 30 days before the election.

To Vote absentee:

  • Fill out a Request for Absentee Ballot by clicking this link

Absentee Ballot Request Form

  • A Request letter may be mailed or dropped off at the Fort Peck Tribes Administration building c/o the Secretary Accountant.

    Secretary Accountant
    Fort Peck Tribes
    PO Box 1027
    Poplar, MT 59255
  • Letters must be received by the tribal election office by Thursday September 28, 2017 at 4:30pm.


Fort Peck Tribes Streaming Radio Station

Mission Statement

KTBP Community Radio exists to enrich and unify the Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux Reservation through information, entertainment and community involvement.

Value Statement

KTBP Community Radio provides a non-commercial medium to our listening population and  partners that respects and strengthens the diverse fabric of our community.


The members and staff of KTBP believe that our programming should represent the community of the Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux Reservation. Given the wide variety of lifestyles found locally, we strive to enrich our listeners’ lives by providing eclectic music, topical information, and a rich mix of local, regional, national, and international news, features and documentaries. 

We distinguish ourselves from commercial stations through our commitment to community participation, support, and control. We provide public access to the airwaves through our on-going broadcast training which is open to all community members. We serve our local community with local programming. We are a listener - supported radio station with programming provided largely by volunteers. KTBP-FM Radio fosters a sense of community by providing a common link for a wide variety of listeners.