HELENA — Montana’s two U.S. senators — and others — didn’t hold back last week, as they reacted to President Trump’s tweets attacking four Democratic
HELENA — In Montana’s 2020 U.S. Senate race, incumbent Republican Steve Daines has a huge head start on campaign money — including $1.5 million from political action committees, or more than a third of his donations.
HELENA — Donors from California and the New York and Washington, D.C., areas have contributed about 40 percent of the money fueling Gov. Steve Bullock’s presidential campaign this year — and played a big role in financing his exploratory efforts as well.
HELENA — As expected, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock has made the cut for the second Democratic presidential candidate debate in Detroit at the end of
HELENA — Democratic U.S. House candidate Kathleen Williams on Monday reported raising $430,000 in the first three months of her candidacy, making her the fundraising leader in the 2020 race for Montana’s open congressional seat.
HELENA — The state Republican Party has filed an ethics complaint over Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock’s use of Montana Highway Patrol officers for security, when he campaigns for president.
HELENA — Next week’s hearings on key changes to Montana’s $750 million-a-year Medicaid expansion program have been delayed for two weeks, state health officials said.
HELENA — Sports betting in Montana could be under way by the end of the year, state Lottery officials said Thursday — although gambling-industry lobbies in Montana urged a slower path, saying the Lottery should rebid its contract to operate the new activity.
HELENA — Democrat John Mues, a U.S. Navy veteran and former oil-company engineer and high school teacher from Loma, entered Montana’s 2020 U.S. Senate race Thursday — but says a fatal accident linked to his campaign last month almost made him quit the effort.
HELENA — The crowded 2020 race for Montana’s open U.S. House seat got a bit more crowded Wednesday, as two largely unknown candidates entered the contest — a Democrat and a Republican.
HELENA — State officials said Monday they seized another 800 bottles and cans of alcoholic beverages from a Yellowstone Club liquor licensee, as part of an on-going investigation of liquor-law violations by the high-end private vacation club in Big Sky.
HELENA — Montana courts can no longer suspend your driver’s license solely because you haven’t paid a fine or court costs — and, if they did in the past, you can now get the license reinstated.
HELENA — Montana Gov. Steve Bullock’s presidential campaign reported Friday that he raised more than $2 million in the first six weeks of his campaign — and that he hit another threshold to help him qualify for the second Democratic candidates’ debate.
BUTTE — Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney on Wednesday became the most prominent Democrat vying for Montana’s open governor’s seat in 2020, announcing in his hometown that he’ll be a champion for public schools, access to health care and economic chances for the average worker.
HELENA — From the Southern border crisis to the economy to the cost of college, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester answered questions from an audience of more than 100 people at a free-wheeling town hall here Tuesday morning.