On this final edition of “Campaign Beat”, Montana Public Radio’s weekly political analysis program, News Director Sally Mauk talks with Lee newspaper reporters Chuck Johnson and Mike Dennison about who won, who lost, and what happens next.
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Steve Daines - R
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Libertarian Candidate For U.S. House
Democrats held slight leads in statewide races for governor, secretary of state and state auditor as the vote counting in Montana’s election dragged into its second day. The totals show Republican Tim Fox leading in the attorney general’s race and a too-close-call margin in the race for superintendent of public instruction. With votes still to […]
Promising “more jobs, less government,” Bozeman Republican Steve Daines won election early today to become Montana’s next congressman, filling the seat vacated by Denny Rehberg.
Montana Statewide Election Results. Last updated 1:40 p.m. 11/07/12. Please see the Montana Secretary of State website for the most up to date numbers.
By Montana Public Radio on November 2, 2012
On this edition of “Campaign Beat”, MTPR‘s weekly political analysis program, News Director Sally Mauk talks with Lee newspaper reporters Chuck Johnson and Mike Dennison about the latest poll showing a LOT of tight races, the ongoing brouhaha over American Tradition Partnership, and the new ads that run from the scary – to the odd
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By Admin on November 1, 2012
Colorado furniture executive shared donor’s views By Paul Abowd The Center for Public Integrity A secretive nonprofit group that wants to nullify Montana’s campaign finance laws received a $300,000 donation from an anti-union organization aligned with a Colorado furniture executive, an Internal Revenue Service document shows. American Tradition Partnership, a pro-energy group known for successfully […]
By Montana Public Radio on October 31, 2012
Billings state legislator Kim Gillan faces an uphill battle in her race for U.S. House against the better-funded campaign of Bozeman Republican businessman Steve Daines. Gillan talks with MTPR News Director Sally Mauk about her hopes for Montana’s future, which include more development of the state’s natural resources. Listen to the full interview below.
By Jour431 on October 30, 2012
As Montana yards fills with campaign signs, as canvassers crisscross neighborhoods in support of gubernatorial candidates, and as TV ads take turns blasting U.S. Senate candidates, the names Kim Gillan and Steve Daines rarely appear on the political radar. The two candidates for the state’s sole U.S. House seat remain largely unknown to voters as […]
With media attention focused elsewhere, the race for Montana’s lone seat in Congress is flying below the political radar. This program profiles the three candidates vying to become Montana’s next U.S. Representative. Libertarian candidate Dave Kaiser of Victor, Republican candidate Steve Daines from Bozeman and Democratic candidate Kim Gillan from Billings will be featured. Watch […]