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Statement on Steve Daines and the Republican primary in Montana

"With a record of putting his own ambitions ahead of Montana, Steve Daines is exactly what’s wrong with Washington. Daines has voted against seniors, women, jobs, and students – siding instead with the millionaire and corporate interests. Steve Daines voted to end Medicare as we know it while giving tax breaks to companies that send jobs to China. He supports Personhood, has protected big tax breaks for companies that set up factories overseas, and backs cuts for student loan funding. Daines even led the effort to shut down the government last fall which hurt Montanans across the state. Come November, Montanans will reject Steve Daines’ reckless and irresponsible political agenda and elect Senator John Walsh, a decorated combat veteran whose courageous service and deep Montana roots make him the best candidate to represent Montana values in Washington."

+ Stay tuned for results from today’s primaries. 
Alabama - 7PM
Iowa - 9pm
South Dakota - 7PM
Montana - 8PM
New Mexico - 7PM
California - 8PM
*all times local time

Stay tuned for results from today’s primaries. 

  • Alabama - 7PM
  • Iowa - 9pm
  • South Dakota - 7PM
  • Montana - 8PM
  • New Mexico - 7PM
  • California - 8PM
  • *all times local time
JUNE 3: PRIMARY DAY IN MONTANA

In Montana, polling place hours throughout the state vary. Polling places open between 7:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. and close at 8:00 p.m.

Find your polling place

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+ Montana Democrats boost campaign efforts for 2014 elections
Missoulian- Montana Democrats, who haven’t captured a majority in both houses of the Legislature in more than two decades, have stepped up their legislative campaign efforts and started earlier to prepare for the 2014 elections.

Montana Democrats boost campaign efforts for 2014 elections

Missoulian- Montana Democrats, who haven’t captured a majority in both houses of the Legislature in more than two decades, have stepped up their legislative campaign efforts and started earlier to prepare for the 2014 elections.