Secretary Of State
HELENA — Secretary of State Linda McCulloch said Monday that no citizen initiatives obtained enough voter signatures to qualify for the November ballot.
CASPER, Wyo. — The crowded race for Wyoming secretary of state assumed a more aggressive tone Tuesday after candidates accused Ed Murray, a Cheyenne Republican, and Ed Buchanan, a Torrington Republican, of failing to vote in the 2012 GOP primary election.
HELENA — State Auditor Monica Lindeen confirmed Wednesday that’s she exploring whether to run for Montana secretary of state in 2016 — but said she’s a long way from deciding.
HELENA — Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday in most Montana counties.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — State Rep. Dan Zwonitzer has withdrawn from the Wyoming secretary of state's race.
HELENA — Charter Communications is proposing a state ballot measure to reclassify cable television companies’ property in Montana for tax purposes and block a tax increase of more than 300 percent.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The race to succeed Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield is becoming even more crowded.
CASPER, Wyo. — Rep. Dan Zwonitzer, R-Cheyenne, is running for Wyoming secretary of state, the state’s No. 2 elected office.
The Montana Land Board unanimously approved the 7,160-acre expansion of Signal Peak's coal mine on Tuesday, a move adding nine years to the mine's life.
HELENA — The 2014 campaign season got underway Thursday with the Montana Secretary of State's Office opening its doors to candidates to file for open seats in the U.S. House and Senate, along with a slate of legislative positions.
CHEYENNE — One speaker at former Wyoming Secretary of State Thyra Thomson's funeral in Cheyenne said she personified both chutzpah and pizazz.
HELENA — The Montana Public Service Commission is considering repealing a requirement that the regulatory agency disclose how much utilities pay their top three executives, an unpopular rule among companies that say it violates their employees' privacy rights.
For the last primary election, several thousand Yellowstone County voters who expected absentee ballots in the mail received nothing. The omission wasn’t by mistake.
WASHINGTON — What kind of secretary of state would Sen. John Kerry make? That's the question of the moment after U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice's surprise decision Thursday to withdraw her name from consideration, making Kerry the likely nominee.
WASHINGTON — The Republican assault on Susan Rice is a fabricated scandal, attacking her for repeating CIA talking points, almost verbatim, to explain the Benghazi attacks. The U.N. ambassador's version, even with its omissions, may turn out to be closer to the truth than some of the inflamm…
While close counts in the presidential race are expected to produce late-night nail-biters in swing states, Montana’s close race is expected to be for the U.S. Senate between incumbent Democrat Jon Tester and Republican challenger and U.S. Rep. Denny Rehberg.
HELENA — It’s a rematch — and not a particularly friendly one — for secretary of state this year between Democratic incumbent Linda McCulloch and Brad Johnson, the Republican she ousted from the job in 2008.
The majority of Yellowstone County voters and thousands of their neighbors across Montana have changed the way they vote over the past four years.
In my first legislative session as secretary of state, I was successful in securing passage of legislation that outlaws electronic voting machines and requires that paper ballots be used in all Montana elections. I also led Montana to become one of the first states in the country to fully co…
Voting is the essence of our Democracy. It is a constitutional right that should never be denied to eligible Montanans, or infringed upon for political gain.