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Montana Candidates for Governor


General Presidential Election: November 8, 2016

Presidential Primary Election Day: June 7, 2016
State Primary Election: June 7, 2016

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Montana Governor Candidates
Montana Governor Candidates

Montana Governor & Lieutenant Governor Candidates 2016

Steve Bullock (D) & Mike Cooney (D)

Bill McChesney (D) & Mike Anderson (D)

Greg Gianforte (R) & Lesley Robinson (R)

Terry Nelson (R) & Niki Sardot (R)

Ted Dunlap (Libertarian) & Ron Vandevender (Libertarian)

Montana Candidates for Congress

Montana Congress Candidates
Montana Congress Candidates

Montana Congress At Large

Ryan Zinke (R)
Denise Juneau (D)
Mike Fellows (Libertarian)



Montana voters will choose state executives in 2016. The Treasure State is one of the most-watched gubernatorial contests. Montana's sole member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Ryan Zinke (R) is running for re-election. He will be challenged by Denise Juneau (D) and Mike Fellows (L). However, Ballotpedia does not categorize this as among "Elections to watch" since it is not a battleground race.

All 100 seats in Montana's House of Representatives and 25 of Montana's 50 State Senate seats are up for election this year. However, Ballotpedia does not categorize these as "elections to watch" since they are not battleground races.

There will also be three statewide judicial races including one contested election.

Primary elections will take place on June 7, 2016. Democratic and Republican presidential primaries will also take place on June 7. There are 27 Democratic Party delegates and 27 GOP delegates at stake


History of Montana. Information that every Montana Election Candidate for Governor Should Know.

The Montana State Seal
The Great Seal of the State of Montana was adopted in 1865, when Montana was a US Territory. The outer ring of the seal contains the text "The Great Seal of the State of Montana". The inner circle depicts a landscape of mountains, plains and forests by the Great Falls on the Missouri River. A plow, a pick and a shovel are depicted on the front, representing the state's industry. The banner at the bottom of the seal reads the territorial motto of Oro y Plata, meaning "Gold and Silver" in Spanish.

Montana State Capital
A design competition for the building was conducted during 1896 and a design by George R. Mann was the winner. During 1897, after it was found that the Commission was planning to scam money from the building project, it was disbanded and a 2nd Capitol Commission was convened. The new Commission abandoned Mann's plan as being too costly, and had a 2nd design competition, won by Charles Emlen Bell and John Hackett Kent.


Montana Senator Candidates 2018

Candidates for Governor, Election 2016





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