HELENA — With the primary election for Montana’s lone U.S. House seat nine months away, five Republicans and one Democrat say they are looking to run.
HELENA — Two Republican state legislators from Flathead County, Jon Sonju and Scott Reichner, said Thursday they won’t be candidates for the U.S. House next year.
HELENA — State Sen. Jon Sonju, R-Kalispell, was in Washington, D.C., recently to meet with the National Republican Congressional Committee and business and gun rights groups in preparation for running for the U.S. House in 2014.
HELENA -- A former secretary of state and four current or ex-legislators are among the Republicans looking to run for Montana’s lone U.S. House seat if Rep. Steve Daines, R-Mont., enters the Senate race instead of seeking re-election.
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HELENA — Executive and employee salaries at the state workers’ compensation fund raised eyebrows at a Senate committee Thursday, as the fund opposed a bill requiring it to use its own assets to cover a pre-1990 debt.
MISSOULA — He wanted to vroooom into the Hilton Garden Inn on his Harley, even as his wife zoomed through the facing door on her own Hog.
Ronald Reagan once said: "While I take inspiration from the past, like most Americans, I live for the future." Thatʼs what this campaign for governor is about.
HELENA -- Attorney General Steve Bullock registered another strong fundraising reporting period in his race for governor, reeling in more than $105,000 in the past month to top all of his rivals.
HELENA — Republican candidate for governor Ken Miller on Wednesday named state Public Service Commissioner Bill Gallagher of Helena as his running mate for lieutenant governor.
HELENA -- Republican gubernatorial candidate Rick Hill on Wednesday tapped state Sen. Jon Sonju, a Kalispell businessman, to be his running mate as lieutenant governor this year.
Ups and Downs gives a quick take on news of the week.
HELENA -- A Senate committee chairman said Wednesday that he intends to let die in his committee a controversial bill that would nullify Missoula's 2010 ordinance that bans discrimination against lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people.
Montana lawmakers have one more chance this session to make traveling public roads safer for young teens and children.
KALISPELL — Fifteen years ago, Jason Sonju was pounding out dents at his father's auto body repair shop.