Candidates running for statewide, or state district offices

2012-01-01T00:00:00Z Candidates running for statewide, or state district officesGazette State Bureau The Billings Gazette
January 01, 2012 12:00 am  • 

HELENA — These candidates are running for statewide or state district offices in 2012:

U.S. SENATE: Republican Denny Rehberg and Democrat Jon Tester*.

U.S. HOUSE: Democrats Kim Gillan, Diane Smith, Dave Strohmaier, Rob Stutz and Franke Wilmer; Republican Steve Daines.

GOVERNOR: Democrats Steve Bullock and Larry Jent; Republicans Jeff Essmann, Bob Fanning, Rick Hill, Neil Livingstone, Jim Lynch, Ken Miller, Jim O'Hara, Corey Stapleton and Drew Turiano; Independent Robert Coate, Libertarian Ron Vandevender; Ronald Lassle, undeclared.

ATTORNEY GENERAL: Democrats Pam Bucy and Jesse Laslovich; Republican Jim Shockley.

AUDITOR: Democrat Monica Lindeen*; Republican Derek Skees.

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION: Democrat Denise Juneau*; Republican Sandy Welch.

SECRETARY OF STATE: Democrat Linda McCulloch*; Republicans Scott Aspenlieder and Brad Johnson.

PSC DISTRICT 2 (southeast Montana): Democrats Lynda Moss and Chuck Tooley; Republican Kirk Bushman

PSC DISTRICT 3 (southwest Montana): Democrat John Vincent*; Republican James Brown.

PSC DISTRICT 4 (northwest Montana): Democrat Gail Gutsche*; Republican Bob Lake.

SUPREME COURT CLERK: Democrat Ed Smith*.

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE No. 5 (nonpartisan): Elizabeth Best and Ed Sheehy.

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE No. 6 (nonpartisan): Brian Morris*

(* = incumbent; ** = not announced yet, but expected to run)

 

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