Posted 2:21 PM 12/11/2012 by MTN News
Republican candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction Sandy Welch has dropped her request for a recount.(More)
Posted 2:56 PM 12/7/2012 by MTN News
KALISPELL - A Flathead County judge has approved a request for a statewide recount in the Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction race.(More)
Posted 4:48 PM 12/3/2012 by MTN News
KALISPELL- Republican Superintendent of Public Instruction candidate Sandy Welch filed an application in state district court in Kalispell Monday, requesting an official recount in her race against Democratic incumbent Denise Juneau.(More)
Posted 8:11 PM 11/27/2012 by MTN News
HELENA - Montana Secretary of State and Chief Elections Officer Linda McCulloch announced Tuesday that the State Board of Canvassers has completed the state canvass of the 2012 General Election results.
The Board must canvass the statewide results within 27 days following a federal (More)
Posted 2:35 PM 11/15/2012 by Dennis Bragg - MTN News
HELENA - Voter turnout topped 70% in Montana for last week's election, setting new records for the number of people casting absentee ballots.(More)
Posted 8:26 PM 11/14/2012 by Marnee Banks - MTN News
HELENA - Montana Secretary of State Linda McCulloch announced on Wednesday afternoon that county election offices have officially finished counting ballots from last week's election.
There is only one race which qualifies for a recount and that is the race for Superintendent of Public (More)
Posted 4:57 PM 11/14/2012 by Marnee Banks - MTN News
HELENA - Montana Secretary of State Linda McCulloch just announced that county election offices have officially finished counting ballots.(More)
Posted 4:56 PM 11/13/2012 by KXLF Media Center with John Sherer reporting
BUTTE - Silver Bow County has just finished counting provisional ballots.
Final totals show that in the race for chief executive, Matt Vincent wins by 186 votes. During the count, incumbent Chief Executive Paul Babb gained 43 votes while Vincent gained 76 votes.
There were 16,464 (More)
Posted 10:10 PM 11/12/2012 by CBS News
GILBERT, Ariz. - Police say a woman who was upset over the outcome of the presidential election ran over her husband because he didn't participate in his civic duty.
Holly Solomon, 28, chased her 36-year-old husband Daniel Solomon with the family Jeep SUV on Saturday night over a political (More)
Posted 10:00 PM 11/12/2012 by Marnee Banks (email@example.com)
In Montana there are still more than 5,000 ballots which are not yet counted.
According to state law, a voter whose identity or eligibility to vote has not been verified can cast a provisional ballot. These ballots are not counted on election day but instead will be counted this week.(More)
Posted 6:05 PM 11/12/2012 by Katy Harris KXLF News
Butte middle class, seniors and Native Americans rallied for tax fairness before Congress goes into Lame-Duck Session. Some Butte residents say it's time for the wealthiest 2% and big corporations to pay their fair share. "We need corporations paying their fair share and the richest (More)
Posted 4:01 PM 11/12/2012 by Marnee Banks - MTN News
HELENA - In Montana there are still more than 5,000 ballots that are not yet counted.(More)