2018 Montana Politics
Montana Governor Bullock’s budget boosts preschool, pays for Medicaid expansion, plans for infrastructure
It also puts aside $303 million for the state’s rainy day fund.
neither Tempel nor Tuss attacked the other during their campaigns. "Why would I do that?" Tempel asked. "He was a good candidate."
"We need to get some things done in Washington. We need to work together. We need to put aside the political pettiness …," Tester said.
He says there are exciting candidates who will be running and that he plans to continue his job at the Interior Department.
"This country is better than many thought. We just have to bring it the rest of the way." Rev. Al Sharpton
Parents may drop off children for a maximum of two hours while they vote and must bring some form of photo ID with them.
Why doesn’t Montana mandate that companies give employees time off to vote while the majority of states do?
The majority of US states have time-off-to-vote laws, also referred to as voter-leave laws, and have different requirements and exceptions for employers and employees.
Montana voters who have not yet mailed in their absentee ballot are out of time to do so and county election officials now suggest hand delivering ballots to make sure they are counted.
"The Secretary of State’s criticism is especially mystifying since he is currently using our attorneys for other litigation," Fox said. "Ultimately, he made a political decision to needlessly spend $60,000 on outside counsel and lost the case."