Hilltop Public Solutions
HELENA — Nancy Keenan, former president of NARAL Pro-Choice America and former Montana superintendent of public instruction, has joined Hilltop Public Solutions, a national political strategy, communications and public affairs firm.
The $122 million bond approved by Billings voters last week was a victory that likely will change the way mill levy and bond campaigns are run in this city for a long time.
Brandon DeMars and Joe Splinter of Hilltop Public Solutions talk about their Yes For Kids campaigns on Wednesday. At top, Barrett Kaiser, who runs Hilltop’s Billings office.
A majority of Yellowstone County voters believe Treasurer Max Lenington should either resign or be removed from office.
As supporters mingle as they wait for election results at the Yes For Kids campaign headquarters, Joe Splinter of Hilltop Public Solutions looks at election-night numbers on Nov. 5.
With only minutes to go before polls close, Joe Splinter of Hilltop Public Solutions rubs his eyes at the Yes For Kids campaign headquarters last week.
With less than 20 minutes to go before polls close on election night, Joe Splinter hands out call sheets to Yes For Kids campaign workers, saying "You're not done yet. There's still 12 minutes left," as supporters gather at the campaign headquarters on Nov. 5.
Joe Splinter of Hilltop Public Solutions is congratulated by Leo Hudetz after the results were announced and the school bond passed on election night last week.
Joe Splinter, left, of Hilltop Public Solutions, looks at election-night numbers with Yes For Kids campaign co-chair Jim Duncan as Brandon DeMars of Hilltop and Yellowstone County Commissioner Bill Kennedy look on at the Yes For Kids Campaign headquarters last week.
HELENA—The state political practices commissioner is investigating a complaint alleging that Gov. Steve Bullock’s 2012 campaign illegally coordinated activities with third-party groups that made independent expenditures supporting him through the same consulting firm.
When he came from a Saudi Arabian city of about 5 million to Billings, everything might have seemed different — from language to food — to Mohammed Aldarrak.
A political action committee formed to rally support for a bond issue for a new Billings library is hoping to build a winning coalition one vote at a time.