2012 Primary Elections

Ravalli County Commissioner - Republican primary: Kevin Fadley, Greg Chilcott

Ravalli County Commission incumbent Greg Chilcott will face Kevin Fadley in the Republican primary on Tuesday, June 5.

Ravalli County Commissioner - Democratic primary: Wayne Dunkin, Dave Smith

Two Democrats from Ravalli County's District 2 are hoping to find their names on the general election ballot this fall.

Ravalli county treasurer: Marie Keeton, Valerie Stamey

Two Republicans are facing off in the June 5 primary election for the chance to be on the general election ballot this fall for the position of Ravalli County treasurer.

Ravalli County clerk of court - Primary election: Presswood, Schiwal, Trautwein

The June 5 primary election results will prove very important for Ravalli County Clerk of District Court candidates this year. Since all are Republicans, the election will decide the winner.

Senate District 45: Gary MacLaren, Republican

Senate District 45: Gary MacLaren, Republican

Gary MacLaren is a Republican candidate from Victor running for Senate District 45. His challenger is Fred Thomas from Stevensville.

Senate District 45: Rob McCoy, Libertarian

Rob McCoy is a Libertarian from Hamilton running for Senate District 45. He has no challengers in June’s primary election. The following are his responses to a questionnaire from the Missoulian and the Ravalli Republic.

Senate District 45: Fred Thomas, Republican

Senate District 45: Fred Thomas, Republican

Fred Thomas is a Republican from Stevensville running for Senate District 45. His challenger in June’s primary election is Gary MacLaren from Victor.

House District 87:  Pat Connell, Republican

House District 87: Pat Connell, Republican

Pat Connell is a Republican from Hamilton running for House District 87. His challengers in June’s primary election are Jeff Burrows of Hamilton and Scott Boulanger of Darby.

House District 87: Scott Boulanger, Republican

House District 87: Scott Boulanger, Republican

Scott Boulanger, is a Republican candidate for House District 87. The Darby resident has two challengers in June’s primary election, Jeff Burrows of Hamilton, and Pat Connell of Hamilton.

House District 88: Pam Erickson, Democrat

House District 88: Pam Erickson, Democrat

Pam Erickson is a Democrat from Hamilton running for House District 88. She has no challengers in June’s primary election. The following are her responses to a questionnaire from the Missoulian and the Ravalli Republic.

House District 88: Stephen Rodriguez, Libertarian

House District 88: Stephen Rodriguez, Libertarian

Stephen Rodriguez is a Libertarian running for House District 88. He has no challengers in June’s primary election.

House District 88: Marlin Foss, Republican

House District 88: Marlin Foss, Republican

Marlin Foss, a Republican from Hamilton is running for House District 88. His challenger in June’s primary election is Ron Ehli of Hamilton.

House District 90: John Meakin, Democrat

John Meakin is a Democrat from Stevensville running for House District 90. He has no challengers in June’s primary election.

House District 90: Ron Pifer, Republican

House District 90: Ron Pifer, Republican

Ron Pifer is a Republican from Stevensville running for House District 90. His challenger in June's primary election is Edward Greef from Florence.

PSC District 4: Chris Greil

PSC District 4: Chris Greil

1) PSC District Four includes Lincoln, Sanders, Mineral, Missoula, Powell, Granite and Ravalli counties, which cover a large piece of the state. How do you plan to keep an ongoing dialogue about PSC issues with constituents in each area?

PSC District 4: Gail Gutsche

1) PSC District Four includes Lincoln, Sanders, Mineral, Missoula, Powell, Granite and Ravalli counties, which cover a large piece of the state. How do you plan to keep an ongoing dialogue about PSC issues with constituents in each area?

PSC District 4: Bob Lake

PSC District Four includes Lincoln, Sanders, Mineral, Missoula, Powell, Granite and Ravalli counties, which cover a large piece of the state. How do you plan to keep an ongoing dialogue about PSC issues with constituents in each area?

PSC District 4: Jim Pearson

PSC District Four includes Lincoln, Sanders, Mineral, Missoula, Powell, Granite and Ravalli counties, which cover a large piece of the state. How do you plan to keep an ongoing dialogue about PSC issues with constituents in each area?

U.S. House primary: Democratic candidates

HELENA – Where do the seven Democratic candidates running for Montana’s open U.S. House seat stand on some of the key issues of the day?

U.S. House primary: Republican candidates

HELENA – To give voters a look into the minds of the Republican candidates for Montana’s sole seat in the U.S. House, the Ravalli Republic asked each man five specific questions, on health care, the economy, the federal budget and abortion.

Governor candidates: tax structure

HELENA – All nine major candidates for governor support changing Montana’s tax structure, but their solutions vary widely.

Governor candidates: energy development

HELENA – All seven Republican gubernatorial candidates want to streamline Montana’s regulatory process and remove barriers they believe are slowing natural resource development.

How to vote

Montana’s primary election is Tuesday, June 5, and that’s just around the corner.

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