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.
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.
The Montana Republican Party, Montanans for Conservation and Club for Growth Action violated the state's campaign finance laws, according to the state Commissioner of Political Practices.
The sole funder of a political action committee that's backing a woman running as the green Party candidate in Montana's U.S. Senate race is a Texas-based group normally aligned with conservative issues.
HELENA — The Montana Republican Party filed an ethics complaint with the Commissioner of Political Practices alleging Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney participated in a campaign strategy call in his office at the Capitol.
There are only two things that fuel a statewide campaign, money or shoe leather. In the Montana Republican primary for U.S. House, Matt Rosendale raised more than $1 million. His opponents were going to have to make up the difference by hitting the road.
Earlier this year paid petitioners appeared in Montana's larger cities gathering signatures to qualify the Greens to run candidates this cycle, even though the Montana Green Party has made clear it did not do any work to qualify for the ballot this year and had not planned to run any candidates.
U.S. Sen. Steve Daines has a Republican primary challenger.
A Billings Republican legislator has said he believes the U.S. Constitution calls for the shooting or jailing of those who identify as socialists.
The Republican primary debate for governor featuring all three candidates will be in Billings in January.
Spenser Merwin, a former staff member for U.S. Sen. Steve Daines, has been named the new executive director of the Montana Republican Party.
One of the Republicans seeking to be their party's pick to run for governor in the 2020 general election has called for a pledge of unity, and while the other two men in the race support the notion of a harmonious GOP, they are critical of aspects of the proposal.
On an unseasonably warm November day almost a year ago on the third story of the Capitol building, Republican leaders in the state made their intentions clear.
The Commissioner of Political Practices is demanding the Montana Republican Party turn over campaign finance and other party records it subpoenaed as part of a 2018 campaign finance investigation.