Legislators and candidates vying for different House and Senate positions in the Montana Legislature joined together to learn about different challenges faced by the disabled community Tuesday night.
Editor’s note: “Ad Watch” is an ongoing series that examines and fact checks current TV campaign ads in Montana. Today, it looks at a pair of ads from Montana’s U.S. Senate race, from candidates Steve Daines, a Republican and Dirk Adams, a Democrat – both of which criticize Democratic Sen. J…
HELENA – Some well-heeled candidates are tapping into big bank accounts to buy ads and make appearances across Montana this week.
Eastern Montana candidates for the Legislature respond to questions about issues facing their constituents and the state.
HELENA — Most of the money funneling into the Republican primary for Montana's open U.S. House seat is going to one candidate, leaving the others to look for ways to stand out and get their message heard in a crowded field.
The state’s Judicial Nomination Commission will interview seven candidates for the district judge seat formerly held by U.S. District Judge Susan Watters on Thursday in Billings.
HELENA — Eight legislative candidates did not file their required business disclosures and have been removed from the ballot, eliminating five contested primary races and leaving two Democratic candidates without Republican opponents in November's general election.
Nine Billings attorneys have applied to be considered for appointment to fill a state district judge position in Yellowstone County.
A five-person committee will begin interviewing Yellowstone County justice of the peace applicants on Tuesday.
HELENA — The Republican candidates for governor did little to separate themselves from each other Thursday as they all endorsed insurance industry positions at a debate sponsored by an industry group.
Theresa Curren expected a fight when she decided to run for public office, but a “counter insurgency warfare campaign for the hearts and minds of your constituents?”