With two and a half weeks left until the primary election, candidates squared off in a forum hosted by Gallatin County Democrats.
Montana’s primary election is June 7.
The 2020 election remains on the minds of many Republican voters, the GOP candidates for Montana’s western congressional district said.
Republicans in Montana and across the country have made education a staple issue this election, stirring debate over curriculum and pandemic health measures.
The candidates aimed to carve out how their backgrounds and professional careers make them different from others in the race.
The Nevada Republican Party’s platform opposes taxpayer funded abortions. In conservative Elko County, the party calls for “a return of each state’s right to manage right to life issues."
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The former congressman from Whitefish has also spent more than all the other candidates combined.
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No Green Party candidates registered for either of Montana’s U.S. House races by the March 14 filing deadline this year, but two candidates are competing in state legislative races.
Two former state officials said they are considering pushing for nonpartisan primary elections in Montana.
Fundraising is dramatically higher in Wyoming's House race this time. Candidates have so far raised over $9 million -- three times the amount of the 2020 campaign.
“While Montana’s desire to promote discourse in response to negative campaign advertisements is laudable, the First Amendment cannot be so easily overcome,” the judge wrote.
North Dakota's Republican Party will charge fees of candidates seeking its endorsements for state and congressional offices, a move some party members see as a barrier to running for office.
Marissa Selvig, a candidate for Wyoming’s U.S. House seat in 2022, announced Monday that she will be campaigning as a member of the Constitution Party and leaving the Republican Primary.
A lawyer representing the right-to-work group argued that because the disclosure requirements apply to groups that run attack ads but not to those endorsing candidates, the law places an unconstitutional burden on its right to speak freely.