School board elections in Montana take place May 3. The federal primary election is June 7.
In the ad, Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen instructs viewers to visit her office’s website, which incorrectly reflects requirements signed into law last year. but put on hold by the courts.
From the Flathead to Ekalaka, local elections officials say they feel under siege.
The local GOP was alarmed that some conservative voters said they’ll skip the 2022 elections due to fraud allegations pushed by local right-wing activists.
The current schedule calls for all the state’s counties to switch over to the new “ElectMT” system on the third week of 2023.
"In this case the subject of the challenged initiative already has been found to be facially unconstitutional," Gallatin County District Court Judge Peter Ohman wrote.
Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen is defending four new voting laws in three separate challenges, now consolidated, filed last year.
A federal judicial panel has sided with voters who sued over the unconstitutional political districts of the Montana PSC and adopted a new map submitted by Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen Tuesday.
Montana Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen has offered a panel of federal judges a map correcting the unconstitutional imbalance of the state…
Voters challenging the unconstitutional balance of Montana’s Public Service Commission districts have submitted maps to a panel of federal judges who will likely redraw the districts
The plaintiffs, including the League of Women Voters of Montana, hope to strike the referendum from the general election ballot.
The Montana Supreme Court on Tuesday denied a request to reverse a lower court’s halting of signature gathering for a ballot measure, saying the district court could bring a faster resolution to the case.
A record number of new businesses were created in Montana last year.
A lawsuit filed this week seeks a halt to signature gathering for a constitutional initiative, claiming that Montana’s attorney general and secretary of state did not complete requirements under a new state law.
Arguing that the changes will irreparably harm the voting rights of Native Americans living in Montana, the plaintiffs are asking for an injunction.
Montana Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen says that now isn’t the time to make the state’s Public Service Commission districts right with th…
Montana’s Public Service Commission districts, which have not been reapportioned in two decades, are likely unconstitutional, a federal judge …
The Secretary of State said her office would decide Dec. 20 whether to replace the current system with the new "Elect MT" software.
Election officials say plans to move forward with new software at the start of 2022 could leave them with a largely untested, unworkable system for next year's federal elections.
The state Democratic Party and the candidate committee for U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., along with Macee Patritti, a 19-year-old University of Montana student, filed the complaint Tuesday.
This winter, with support from GOP lawmakers, the Legislature passed House Bill 176, which ended same-day voter registration
A trio of groups advocating for young Montanans on Thursday filed a challenged to several changes to Montana’s election laws enacted by the Legislature last session, calling the new laws “a cocktail of voter suppression measures that land heavily on the young.”
A law that passed with bipartisan support in 2005 allows the vote of an elector who returns their completed absentee ballot and then dies before Election Day to be counted.