HELENA—In a 4-3 decision on Tuesday, the Montana Supreme Court overturned a lower-court ruling and put Lawrence VanDyke back on the November ballot as a candidate for Supreme Court justice.
Toward the end of a seven-hour meeting Monday, Billings trustees voted 4-3 to support $135 million in future K-8 school construction and expansion.
7:30 a.m.: There's a light at the end of the tunnel for the final vote tally in Yellowstone County from Tuesday's general election, but it could take most of Thursday to get there.
MISSOULA — The Montana Republican Party on Tuesday evening questioned the legality of providing stickers to voters who mismarked their ballots at Missoula County polling places.
HELENA — Same-day voters across Montana found themselves standing in long lines, while election officials said voter turnout was steady across the state with several hotly contested races on the ballot.
The Billings Gazette has received reports of people going door-to-door on the West End offering to take completed absentee ballots to the Yellowstone County Courthouse.
CASPER, Wyo. — It’s hard to vote in Fremont County. Ballots are an enigma because of the sinuous lines splitting districts into incongruous precincts. The county sends out sample ballots with voting instructions to aid disillusioned voters. But problems still arise.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Primary election ballots were mailed to voters in Fremont and Niobrara counties on Monday to get final counts in two problematic local races.
HELENA—Montanans will vote on a ballot measure in November that declares it is the state’s policy that corporations are not human beings with constitutional rights and that money isn’t speech.
HELENA — As ballot measure sponsors prepare to turn in their signatures Friday, perhaps only one of proposals will likely qualify for the November ballot, with one still up in the air.
The monthlong process of voting in Montana’s primary elections is well under way.
HELENA — Montana's secretary of state says nearly 2,500 absentee ballots have been mailed to military and overseas voters ahead of the June 5 primary election.
Billings Public Schools is asking voters to consider seven spending questions on the May 8 ballot, which will arrive in our mailboxes around April 19.
HELENA — Former Secretary of State Brad Johnson will be allowed to run for his old office after all now that the state's political practices commissioner reversed an earlier decision Wednesday.
When candidate filing for the June 6 Primary Election closed Monday, the Montana Secretary of State Office had logged 439 filings, including 20 who withdrew.
CHEYENNE — A group planning to nominate an independent presidential candidate online has submitted petitions to the Wyoming secretary of state for a spot on the state's November ballot.
Photos of Election Day in Billings
Volunteers count ballots Tuesday at the Yellowstone County courthouse.