Campaign Finance Law
HELENA — A deputy political practices commissioner found sufficient evidence Friday that Gov. Steve Bullock’s 2012 campaign illegally accepted three donations from political action committees that exceeded the legal limits.
HELENA – Montana’s Sen. Jon Tester on Tuesday proposed an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that says corporations don’t have constitutional rights – an attempt to restrict corporate campaign spending and overturn a landmark 2010 court ruling that expanded such spending.
HELENA — Democratic governor candidate Steve Bullock went to court Thursday to ask a district judge to order his opponent, Rick Hill, to return a recent $500,000 donation from the Montana Republican Party.
HELENA — Yellowstone County Attorney Scott Twito has declined to pursue civil action against unsuccessful Republican governor candidate Ken Miller over campaign finance violations found by the state political practices commissioner.
Findings by Political Practices Commissioner Jim Murry concluding that Republican governor candidate Ken Miller violated Montana campaign finance laws six times.