2020 Election
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Montana voters in state and overseas are scheduled to fill out their ballots between April 17 and June 2 to decide on Democratic and Republican candidates for Montana and national offices. A lot is at stake — the Governorship, Attorney General and Secretary of State, U.S. Senate and House se… Read Article

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After Monday’s 5 p.m. filing deadline, Jefferson County Clerk and Recorder Bonnie Ramey and the Office of Montana Secretary of State announced the candidates that filed for county and state offices, respectively. Read Article

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Since 2013, Jon Bennion of Clancy has served as Montana’s deputy attorney general under Tim Fox, overseeing the Legal Services Division. Now, he’s aiming to become the state’s top law enforcement official; a year ago, he announced his bid for attorney general. Read Article

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The Oro Fino Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is sponsoring a Wreaths Across America ceremony 10 a.m. Dec. 9 in the Montana State Capitol Rotunda. Everyone is welcome to attend the free event. Read Article

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DES MOINES — Former Vice President Joe Biden drew more people, but Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, a presumptive long shot in his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, still was able to rouse Democrats and generally curious Iowans who heard both men speak at the Iowa State Fair Thursday. Read Article

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Former Helena City Commissioner Dan Ellison is lobbying on behalf of Jefferson County at the 2019 Session of the Montana Legislature. Tapped for the role by Commissioner Leonard Wortman — a fellow member of the Boyd Andrew Community Services board — in mid-December, he was hired soon after b… Read Article

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“You’re a good fighter; we need you.” With that greeting, a woman at the Boulder Fourth of July Celebration in the Park moved on from shaking the hand of U.S. Senator Jon Tester. Read Article

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Three years after the Montana Legislature first voted to close the Montana Developmental Center in Boulder, and fifteen months after the original closure deadline, 19 individuals still remained at the MDC as of March 5, 2018. Read Article

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