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GREAT FALLS - By now you should have received your primary elections ballot in the mail. If you haven't, Cascade County Clerk and Recorder Rina Moore says there are a few reasons why:
Senators Jon Tester and Steve Daines made their voices heard Tuesday as to how they plan to vote during Wednesday's vote on the articles of impeachment.
The Lewis and Clark County Republican Central Committee has announced they will host a Montana GOP Gubernatorial Primary Debate on Tuesday, November 26th at Carroll College.
BOZEMAN, Mont. - Preliminary results are in in Gallatin County, and the two ballot measures put forward by the the county - nonpartisan county elections and a new Law and Justice Center - have been shot down by voters.
WEST YELLOWSTONE, Mont. - West Yellowstone officials say the proposed 1% tax hike would go a long way to solve a sudden and unexpected problem: waste and water systems that are far past their expiration date. It's a problem so bad, the town has been forced to slow its growth.
BOZEMAN, Mont. - The state is warning residents of Gallatin County against "imitation census” mailers sent out by the Republican National Committee polling voters on their opinion of President Donald Trump and soliciting money.
BOZEMAN - Just after the city of Bozeman won voter approval for a cops and courts building, Gallatin County is now asking for its own new Law and Justice Center.
According to a report by Politico Thursday, Montana Governor Steve Bullock has not met the threshold to be invited to the stage for the upcoming Democratic National Committee debate.
More voters cast ballots in this week's election than any other midterm in Montana history, and only two presidential elections have had higher voter numbers.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Jon Tester won a third term by holding on to his base and poaching enough Montana voters who supported President Donald Trump in 2016.
Things started to wind down in Helena on Wednesday. After a very tight senate race, Matt Rosendale has conceded to Senator Jon tester. The republican senate hopeful has not made any public appearances today, but released a statement saying: "While we suffered a setback, our movement and our cause will continue to move forward. I will never stop working to make our country and state better.'" As many Montanans know, Matt Rose...
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Montana Democrat Jon Tester has won a third term in the U.S. Senate by beating Republican Matt Rosendale. Tester won Tuesday's close election despite President Donald Trump taking a personal interest in defeating him
Republican Congressman Greg Gianforte took a late lead over his Democratic challenger, Kathleen Williams, in the race for Montana’s U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday’s Election Night.
According to an NBC News estimate, Democrats have a 90 percent chance of reclaiming the House majority. The estimate says Dems could win as many as 33 seats. The call came as polls began to close on the east coast and NBC began projecting victories for Democratic candidates in some big congressional races in Virginia, Florida, Colorado and elsewhere.
Most federal and local agencies are closed today for elections but the Secretary of State's office in the capitol building was open for business, as staff and volunteers prepare for a long night of going over election results.
As polls close at 8 PM in Montana, elections officials are reporting record turnouts for a midterm election. Anyone who gets in line by 8 PM is eligible to vote. Missoula County records 73 percent return for absentee ballots as of 2:30 PM.
President Donald Trump has made four stops in the Treasure State, all to campaign for senate hopeful, Matt Rosendale. The state auditor felt very confident early on Election Day saying he feels good about the highly contested race between he and incumbent Senator Jon Tester. Rosendale's watch party kicks off at 7:00 P.M. at the Delta Colonial Hotel in Helena. One of the biggest hurdles Rosendale has had to overcome is that some Montanans consider him to be an outsider. O...
Senator Jon Tester held his watch party at the Holiday Inn in Great Falls. It has been a tight race between Tester and Republican opponent Matt Rosendale.
The cost of state auditor Matt Rosendale and incumbent senator Jon Tester's battle for the Montana Senate seat has topped $60 million, according to the Associated Press.
For the past few months we've seen quite a few political ads as candidates are hoping to pave the way into a political future, but they are not the only ones who have spent the better half of 2018 gearing up for tomorrow night. As journalists, we have spent months analyzing races and getting to know the candidates and ballot initiatives. Montana Right Now employees have spent several hours in meetings and sending emails. Back in June we knew which reporters would be working with eac...
U.S. Senator Jon Tester campaigned alongside U.S. Congressional candidate Kathleen Williams and supreme court clerk candidate Rex Renk on Monday morning at the University of Montana. Senator Tester highlighted issues popular among college students. He said the issues important to millennials, such as college affordability and public education, are issues people need to talk about because young people are the future.
Vice President Mike Pence says re-electing Montana U.S. Sen. Jon Tester to a third term would embolden the opposition to President Donald Trump and risk unraveling his accomplishments.
Saturday’s visit from President Donald Trump drew a crowd of thousands to the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport in Belgrade. But as ballots continue to be turned in, how effective will the president’s time in the Treasure State be for its voters?
BELGRADE- President Donald Trump came to Montana for the fourth time this year Saturday afternoon. President Trump came to the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport on November 3rd to rally for State Auditor Matt Rosendale and Congressman Greg Gianforte.
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — With President Donald Trump clamoring to defeat U.S. Sen. Jon Tester and conservative groups spending heavily against him, the Democrat is falling back on a well-worn strategy in his pursuit of a third term: make the election about Montana, not Washington.
President Donald Trump is playing up his feud with Democrat Jon Tester as he campaigns against the Montana senator. Trump claims at a rally at the Bozeman airport that Tester "tried to destroy" his first choice to head his administration's Department of Veterans Affairs.
The Montana Republican Party on Thursday night revealed more information about Vice President Mike Pence's return to Montana. The vice president will visit Kalispell on Monday, November 5th, to campaign in support of Matt Rosendale.
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