The underlying complaint claimed the Montana Republican Party failed to comply with campaign finance reporting and disclosure requirements.
New Democratic National Committee Chair Jaime Harrison, who broke fundraising records as a candidate running against Republican incumbent South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham in the 2020 election, will deliver the keynote address Saturday for the 43rd Annual Mansfield Metcalf Celebration, to be held virtually due to safety concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.
He spoke of divisiveness in Washington, D.C., that politics had never been more polarized, and that it was broken because of gerrymandering and unlimited money.
Bishop offered pointed criticism of governor-proposed tax cuts she believed overly skewed to the wealthy.
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Montana’s secretary of state has filed notice that he plans to appeal a court ruling that extended the deadline for county elections offices to accept 2020 general election ballots returned by mail.
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A group of Democrats challenging restrictions on ballot collection practices ahead of the November election began making their case in Yellows…
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday denied an attempt by the Montana secretary of state to restore Green Party candidates to the November ballot,- striking a blow to a Republican-bankrolled effort that could have siphoned votes from Democratic candidates.
Montana Secretary of State Corey Stapleton certified the November general election ballot late Thursday night, with an asterisk noting that he was prohibited from including the Green Party after an order from the state Supreme Court.
Secretary of State Corey Stapleton said he will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a decision removing the Green Party from the ballot.
Both the state Supreme Court and U.S. District Court in Helena issued orders Wednesday that the Green Party will remain off the ballot in Montana for this election.
Two last-minute efforts trying to get the Green Party back on the November ballot are playing out in Helena, after a District Court judge on Friday removed the party, citing missteps by the Secretary of State.
The Montana Republican Party, Montanans for Conservation and Club for Growth Action violated the state's campaign finance laws, according to the state Commissioner of Political Practices.
The amendment states that the party opposes "unnecessary and dangerous 'use of force' methods when arresting or restraining persons suspected of committing a crime."
Coronavirus concerns are taking the party out of selecting Montana Democrats and Republicans to attend presidential nominating conventions.
In dueling filings in different courts, the secretary of state and two Democratic groups clashed over an extended deadline for ballots to arrive at elections offices.
Both of the Democrats running for governor this year say they want to finally get a statewide public pre-kindergarten program, while one of the Republicans, Attorney General Tim Fox, said he'd want to bolster existing private and religious options while exploring public models other GOP governors in the country have supported.
A Montana judge has temporarily suspended a state law that says absentee ballots must be received in a county election office by 8 p.m. on election day in order to be counted.
Earlier this year paid petitioners appeared in Montana's larger cities gathering signatures to qualify the Greens to run candidates this cycle, even though the Montana Green Party has made clear it did not do any work to qualify for the ballot this year and had not planned to run any candidates.
The Montana Democratic Party on Monday filed a complaint with the state's elections watchdog asking him to figure out who is behind a likely paid effort to qualify the Montana Green Party for the ballot this year.
A conservative national political action committee that endorsed a Montana Republican U.S. House candidate registered last week to spend money in an effort to try to get a third party on the ballot this year, but said Thursday they're backing away from that effort.
Montana’s Democratic candidates for governor will meet in Billings on Feb. 12 for the only currently scheduled primary forum.