Since the emergence of Trump on the political scene, former Republican Gov. Marc Racicot has voiced his concerns with the direction of the GOP.
The power and meaning of an historic Republican supermajority in the Montana Legislature was on display right from the start as the 68th session kicked off Monday at the state Capitol in Helena.
“The Constitution is at stake,” House Minority Leader Kim Abbott said. “Montana voters for many, many decades have shown that they like divided government.
“Marriage is between a man and a woman. I’m opposed to this bill and believe it’s another attempt...to distract the American people from the inflation crisis, energy crisis and the southern border crisis,” Daines said.
The state GOP voted support an abortion ban as part of its party platform, without exceptions in the case of rape or incest.
The results of the election changed by only a couple of votes as Flathead, Lewis and Clark, and Teton counties did hand recounts of ballots in the June 7 Republican primary election for Public Service Commission District 5.
Republicans are almost certain to maintain their grip on the Legislature, which strengthened to near-supermajority status following the Montana GOP’s historic success in the 2020 election.
Politics are already playing a big role in the nonpartisan race for a seat on the Montana Supreme Court.
Two former state officials said they are considering pushing for nonpartisan primary elections in Montana.
Montana’s lone U.S. Representative Matt Rosendale voted against holding former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows in contempt of Congress on Tuesday.
The battle for Gallatin County congressional voters heats up. The city is blue, but much of the rest of the county is red.
The $1 trillion infrastructure bill is expected to bring more than $3 billion to Montana.
The underlying complaint claimed the Montana Republican Party failed to comply with campaign finance reporting and disclosure requirements.
The title of House Bill 695 still suggests it remedies public water supply disputes, but seven lines into the bill, there’s now an abrupt turn toward NorthWestern Energy and its ongoing challenges at Colstrip Power Plant.
What should happen when a Montana citizen is kicked off an internet platform? A proposal to use the Public Service Commission to regulate social media companies was floated this week.
Trumpicans are a funny group of people, if you find hypocrisy funny. The reactionary members of the Montana legislature, who are the legacy of…
Republican U.S. Rep. Matt Rosendale said Tuesday he will oppose the electors from some states because he believes allegations of voter fraud are credible, despite those claims being repeatedly disproven.
Montana Republican Party Vice Chair Lola Sheldon-Galloway, a state representative from Great Falls, said she did not approve of her name being included.
Montana's Republican secretary of state on Friday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to restore the names of Green Party candidates to the ballot after a similar request was rejected last month.
A federal appeals court denied a request for an emergency injunction in a lawsuit filed by two Montana Green Party candidates seeking to override a state court opinion that knocked the party off the ballot.
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.
The Montana Supreme Court on Tuesday denied a Republican Party effort to boot the Democratic nominee for attorney general from the ballot.
The Democratic nominee for attorney general on Friday asked the Montana Supreme Court to toss out a Republican request to kick him off the November ballot.