Montana

Montana

  Voting Population

Eligibility (77.1% eligible to vote)
Montana gained statehood in November 1889, just six days after both Dakotas and three days before Washington, in the busiest period for new statehood in U.S. history. Montana has been reliably Republican in recent presidential elections, having voted for only two Democrats since 1952. Interestingly, prior to 1952, the state had voted gone Democratic five times in a row – four times for Franklin Roosevelt and then for Harry Truman. Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton by over 20 points here in 2016. Montana is one of seven states with the minimum three electoral votes.

Montana has 3 Electoral College votes to cast in Presidential elections.

State Capital: Helena, MT   •   2020 Population: 1,086,759   •   US Representatives: 1

  Recent Election Results

Leaning
56%
Republican
2016 Presidential (35.4% voted Republican)
2012 Presidential (25.6% voted Democratic)
2016 US Senate
2016 US House
2016 Gubernatorial

 Current Elected Officials

This is the list of elected officials for Montana. This includes roles such as Governor and Lieutenant Governor, US and state senators and house representatives.

RepresentativeOfficeContact
Steve Daines Profile Picture
 Steve Daines
U.S. Senator
320 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
 (202) 224-2651
     
Jon Tester Profile Picture
 Jon Tester
U.S. Senator
311 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
 (202) 224-2644
     
Greg Gianforte Profile Picture
 Greg Gianforte
U.S. Representative
1222 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
 (202) 225-3211
   
Steve Bullock Profile Picture
 Steve Bullock
Governor of Montana
Office of the Governor
PO Box 200801

Helena, MT 59620-0801
 (406) 444-3111
 governor@mt.gov
     
Mike Cooney Profile Picture
 Mike Cooney
Lieutenant Governor of Montana
Office of the Governor
PO Box 200801

Helena, MT 59620-0801
 (406) 444-3111
 cooneyemail@aol.com
     
Matt M. Rosendale Profile Picture
 Matt M. Rosendale
MT State Auditor
840 Helena Avenue
Helena, MT 59601
 (406) 444-2040
     
Mike McGrath Profile Picture
 Mike McGrath
MT Supreme Court Chief Justice  (406) 444-3858
 
Corey Stapleton Profile Picture
 Corey Stapleton
MT Secretary of State  (406) 444-2034
 
Tim Fox Profile Picture
 Tim Fox
MT Attorney General  (406) 444-2026
 contactdoj@mt.gov
   
Dirk Sandefur Profile Picture
 Dirk Sandefur
MT Supreme Court Associate Justice  (406) 444-3858
 
Ingrid Gustafson Profile Picture
 Ingrid Gustafson
MT Supreme Court Associate Justice  (406) 444-3858
 
Beth Baker Profile Picture
 Beth Baker
MT Supreme Court Associate Justice  (406) 444-3858
 
Laurie McKinnon Profile Picture
 Laurie McKinnon
MT Supreme Court Associate Justice  (406) 444-3858
 
James Jeremiah Shea Profile Picture
 James Jeremiah Shea
MT Supreme Court Associate Justice  (406) 444-3858
 
James A. Rice Profile Picture
 James A. Rice
MT Supreme Court Associate Justice  (406) 444-3858
 
Elsie Arntzen Profile Picture
 Elsie Arntzen
MT Superintendent of Public Instruction  (406) 444-5643
     

While the President and Vice President are the only elected officials at the National level, there are hundreds of other positions appointed by the President himself.

Montana will cast 3 Electoral College votes in the upcoming 2020 Presidential elections.

RepresentativeOfficeContact
Donald J. Trump Profile Picture
 Donald J. Trump
President of the United States
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20500
 (202) 456-1111
     
Mike Pence Profile Picture
 Mike Pence
Vice President of the United States
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20500
 (202) 456-1111
     

 Elected Role Descriptions

Associate Justice:

An associate judge has the same judicial responsibilities with respect to cases as the chief judge, but typically has fewer or different administrative responsibilities.

Auditor:

The Auditor General is the chief fiscal watchdog of the commonwealth. This person is responsible for using annual audits to ensure that all government money is spent legally and properly.

Lieutenant Governor:

In most cases, the lieutenant governor is the highest officer of state after the governor, standing in for that officer when they are absent from the state or temporarily incapacitated. In the event a governor dies, resigns or is removed from office, the lieutenant governor typically becomes governor.

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