Campaign Finance Reports
Montana voters are electing all 100 members of the state House of Representatives and half of the 50-member state Senate. Most of those races will receive relatively little media attention in an election season where open U.S. Senate and U.S. House seats are on the ballot.
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HELENA — The Montana House is set to give final approval to two Republican referendums that sparked uproar in the Senate two weeks ago when Democrats failed in an attempt to block the passage of the bills.
HELENA — U.S. Sen. Max Baucus is reporting strong fundraising as he prepares for his 2014 re-election campaign.
HELENA — Final campaign finance reports show that Republican Rick Hill's supporters rallied to his aid in the wake of a judge's decision blocking a big donation to his campaign for governor.
From a Republican’s sharp money-mindedness to an independent’s self-imposed campaign financing restrictions, six contestants for two open Natrona County Commission seats span a vast gamut of campaign funding philosophies.
HELENA -- Once candidates file their campaign finance reports, the documents are scrutinized like a doctor examining a patient.
HELENA — Former former Republican U.S. Rep. Rick Hill and Democratic Attorney General Steve Bullock have stockpiled the most money of any 2012 gubernatorial candidates, although Bullock hasn't said whether he'll run for that office or for re-election.