There were lots of clear favorites in Eastern Montana GOP primaries.
If a candidate for public office in Montana raised $900,000, he would have to report the funding sources, identifying donors by name.
One thing we should all agree on is that we need to protect the health of our families, especially our vulnerable children, from untested and unsafe chemicals. That is why the Toxic Substance Control Act, which was passed in 1976, needs to be modernized. Unfortunately due to many loopholes, …
HELENA — Billings business owner Debra Bonogofsky, whose allegations of illegal campaign tactics used against her in 2010 led to a hard-hitting ruling Wednesday against her opponents, said she wasn’t going to let the issue die.
The commissioner of political practice’s decision in the Bonogofsky case.
HELENA — In far-reaching decisions Wednesday, Montana’s top political cop said a prominent “dark money” group and similar groups appear to have broken state campaign laws when they coordinated mailers that promoted or attacked candidates in a 2010 legislative primary election.
As an owner of a family-run business that has been operating for over 50 years, I am concerned with the idea of shifting some of the tax burden from the big, out-of-state corporations to Montana small businesses and homeowners. After the last reappraisal of properties, our taxes went up subs…
Too close to call, one Eastern Montana race appears headed for a recount.
Onward to November, at least for some.
If candidates keep showing up on your caller ID and campaign fliers are still arriving in the mail, you might be one of several thousand voters with an unreturned absentee ballot.
It's that time again. Voters are receiving mail from out of state groups like American Tradition Partnership, formerly Western Tradition Partnership, that will be attacking Republican candidates who aren't extreme enough for them. These groups pretend they have Montana values. They send out …
It’s not unusual for state legislative races to feature no contested primary, but this year is different.
And they're off.
Early Saturday morning, Alexis Bonogofsky drove a four-wheeler out to check on flooding along the bottomland of her family’s Blue Creek-area farm. She was stunned by the smell of crude-oil fumes.
I was amazed to read that Dan Fuchs is even considering running for a Montana Senate seat in SD24. I can't wait to see him plodding the streets, knocking on doors and trying to explain to voters his previous job as a political hit-man for Western Tradition Partnership. As you may recall, WTP…
Debra Bonogofsky continues to entertain. First, she loses in the Republican primary in House District 57 by 249 votes.
One day after announcing they’d persuaded a local Republican legislative candidate to switch parties, Montana Democrats changed direction, nominating a different replacement for exiting Senate candidate Friedrick Schweitzer.
State Democratic Party officials decided Tuesday evening to postpone a vote until today on whether to appoint Republican Debra Bonogofsky to run as a Democrat in Senate District 29.