Public Service Commission Chairman Brad Johnson, vying for a second term representing western Montana’s PSC District 5, says he’d like to continue helping guide the regulatory body in keeping rates affordable for consumers – and fair for utilities.
Fox’s formal decision carries the force of law, unless it’s overturned by a court or the Legislature.
Spending by outside groups in the race has exceeded $20 million
As Montanans start early voting this week, they’ll be choosing not only two of the state’s members of Congress, but also 125 offices that will have far more influence on state policy: Montana House and Senate seats.
HELENA- Montana residents will soon be receiving a correction to their official state voter information pamphlets. Montana Secretary of State Corey Stapleton’s office produced 466,000
This is the final story in a two-part series on how the candidates in Montana’s congressional races differ on health care. HELENA – On the
This story is the first of a two-part series on how the candidates in the congressional races differ on health care. HELENA – Democratic U.S.
Montana absentee voters can start casting ballots next week.
Outside money continues to pour into Montana’s U.S. Senate race, including more than $4 million the past week or so.
Montana has only three contested races for statewide office this year – but one of them is getting scant public attention: Clerk of the Montana Supreme Court.
In the upcoming election, Montana voters will consider an initiative that would require new hard rock mines to provide additional evidence their operations won’t require
The candidates will field questions from a panel of journalists from MTN and Yellowstone Public Radio.
Breckenridge has been running a decidedly low-budget, low-profile campaign.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale says he got into politics to rein in government spending and protect people’s property and gun rights – and that he’s done that.
With just five weeks until election day, about $3 million has been raised and spent in the battle over Initiative 186