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Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney accepted over-the-limit donations from the Democratic Governors Association, including the disputed cost of creating a website that neither the DGA nor Cooney reported as an in-kind donation to his campaign, Montana's commissioner of political practices found.

The Montana Republican Party this week said the Democratic candidate for attorney general was ineligible for the ballot, a claim the state commissioner of political practices previously deemed there was "insufficient evidence to support."

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The Montana Republican Party this week said the Democratic candidate for attorney general was ineligible for the ballot, a claim the state commissioner of political practices previously deemed there was "insufficient evidence to support."

The Commissioner of Political Practices found that Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney violated the state Code of Ethics by using his state office in the Capitol to participate in a call with the Democratic Governors Association in support of his candidacy for governor.

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