Though Montana Republicans are united in their all-out aspirations to take back the governor’s office this fall after 16 years in Democratic hands, there’s sharp division over which of the three men running in the party’s primary is the right choice to win in November.
He’s got the experience to run an efficient state government and the relationships to get things done. She has the private-sector track record and new ideas to shake things up.
More than half of Montanans — 57 percent, to be exact — think that some degree of action should be taken to address climate change. That sentiment is up three percentage points from last year, and up 12 since 2011.
Montana Rep. Greg Gianforte is expected later Wednesday to join with all other House Republicans in voting against the two articles of impeachment against Republican President Donald J. Trump.
Republican candidates fall in line with their party's message that it's an attempt to undo the 2016 election, while Democratic candidates back the process.
The citations do not include the costs associated with suppressing the wildfire or rehabilitating the burned area, which stretch into the millions of dollars.
Ahead of the party chairman speaking in Helena on Tuesday night, the Democratic National Committee announced it is funding a rural political organizer in Montana.
In releasing his second detailed policy plan in his bid for his party's nomination for president, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock again focused on an issue close to home — the management of public lands.
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox has joined the legal defense of North Carolina’s abortion restrictions as they’re challenged in a federal lawsuit.
On an unseasonably warm November day almost a year ago on the third story of the Capitol building, Republican leaders in the state made their intentions clear.
ABOVE LEWIS AND CLARK COUNTY — As the small plane flew just north of Canyon Ferry Lake, returning to Helena after a recent Monday morning trip to Fort Belknap, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock scrolled through photos texted to him on his cellphone.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock sought to stand out among the crowd and introduce himself to a national audience as he participated Tuesday in his first and what he hopes won’t be his last Democratic presidential primary debate.
HELENA — Author Jon Krakauer said he feels "a moral obligation" to fight a recent court ruling against him as he tries to obtain records detailing how the expulsion of a University of Montana quarterback over a rape allegation was overturned.
The Montana University System’s governing body is considering changing its guidelines for public records requests.
Left off the debate stage and behind better-known candidates in the polls, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock instead tried to connect with Iowa caucus voters Wednesday in a televised town hall.
Before Montana Gov. Steve Bullock made his bid for president official at the start of May, each time he hinted at a campaign on social media it was met with a string of replies calling on the two-term Democrat to seek another office in 2020 — one of Montana's U.S. Senate seats.
The day after launching his presidential bid May 14 from his alma mater Helena High, Gov. Steve Bullock was already traveling out of state — a three-day tour of Iowa bookended by national media interviews in New York City and Washington, D.C.