A federal judge in Great Falls ruled Tuesday that large donors to nonprofit groups must once again disclose their identities to maintain their tax-exempt status.
Bullock mixed it up with the front-runners, often by trying to portray himself as the more moderate, practical alternative.
Gov. Bullock’s late entry into the race saw him closed out of the Miami debates, but on Tuesday night, be given his introduction to a national audience of Democratic voters.
Gov. Steve Bullock will appear in his first presidential primary debate on Tuesday — and, as he put it, tell people “who I am, what I’ve done and what I want to do” as president.
(CNN) — Democrats on Capitol Hill have a message for presidential hopefuls John Hickenlooper, the former governor of Colorado, and Steve Bullock, the current governor of Montana: you’d make great senators.
In Montana’s three-person congressional delegation, the prize for standing most often with President Trump goes to Republican U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte.
President Trump’s incendiary tweets, aimed at four Democratic congresswomen earlier this week, are roiling the political world in Montana, as well as the nation.
The U.S. Senate and House races, along with the contest for an open governor’s seat, are the marquee 2020 election events in Montana.
Bullock’s campaign said he had donors from every state in the union, but some states loomed larger than others, for donor support.
The Democratic National Committee announced that Bullock will be among the 20 candidates on the stage for the debate July 30-31.
Here’s a look at the latest fundraising totals as the race for Campaign 2020 continues to heat up in Montana.
The state Republican Party has filed an ethics complaint over Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock’s use of MHP officers for security when he campaigns for president.
MISSOULA – Montana political leaders are weighing in on President Trump’s controversial tweets – telling four congresswomen of color to “go back” to their countries.
Democrat John Mues, a U.S. Navy veteran and former oil-company engineer and high school teacher from Loma, entered Montana’s 2020 U.S. Senate race Thursday.
Democrat Matt Rains, a rancher and Army veteran from Simms and Corvallis Schools Superintendent Tim Johnson, a Republican have joined the race.