HELENA – Spending on Montana’s 2018 U.S. Senate race smashed the record for a single Montana campaign, surpassing $63 million by the two main candidates
HELENA – State lawmakers on Wednesday will choose their leadership for the 2019 Legislature – and new faces are guaranteed for the top spots in
Bozeman voters have approved a $37 million dollar Public Safety Center, which will house city police, fire, municipal courts and victim services.
The Gallatin County Clerk & Recorder’s office counted ballots for the Midterm General Election until 8 pm on Wednesday night.
HELENA – It appears there will be no major changes to the balance of power in the Montana Legislature for next year’s session. Initial results
BUTTE – Montana voters rejected an initiative that would have increased cleanup standards for hard rock mining operations in the state. Montana Resources in Butte
BOZEMAN, Mont. – Final numbers aren’t in yet for the Bozeman Public Safety Center, but they’re in favor of approving the city-backed project as of
U.S. Senator Jon Tester (D) claimed victory Wednesday morning in his bid to defeat challengers Matt Rosendale (R) and Rick Breckenridge (L). As of 11:05
Democratic U.S. Senator Jon Tester will be taking the stage to announce that he has won reelection over Republican challenger Matt Rosendale. Click here to watch live
GREAT FALLS) Republican Congressman Greg Gianforte held a solid lead over Democratic challenger Kathleen Williams in Montana’s only U.S. House seat Wednesday morning, and appeared
GREAT FALLS – Democratic U.S. Sen. Jon Tester retook the lead Wednesday morning in his seesaw contest against Republican challenger Matt Rosendale, while thousands of
GREAT FALLS – Montana voters are rejecting ballot measures to extend Montana’s Medicaid expansion program, funded by a tobacco-tax increase, and to impose new water-treatment
GREAT FALLS – Republican challenger Matt Rosendale clung to a narrow lead over Democratic U.S. Sen. Jon Tester early Wednesday morning in Montana’s marquee Senate
BILLINGS- While voters head to the polls and cast their ballots; elections officials across the state of Montana are readying themselves and their machines for
MISSOULA – Montana’s Secretary of State Corey Stapleton said he believes Tuesday’s election will be one of the largest voter turnouts for a midterm election