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One race ends - another begins. Today, on Voices of Montana, with Tom Schultz, you’ll hear from the winning candidates from each party, as they turn their focus from winning the hearts and minds of the party faithful in June, to winning the hearts and minds of a majority of all Montanans in November.

Greg Gianforte, Kathleen Williams, Matt Rosendale, Raph Graybill, and Austin Knudsen will talk about what led to their victories and what issues they will highlight as the general election races begin.

That’s Voices of Montana, live at 9:06 across the Big Sky on great hometown radio stations like Glendive Broadcasting's 96.5 FM, KDZN.
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One race ends - another begins. Today, on Voices of Montana, with Tom Schultz, you’ll hear from the winning candidates from each party, as they turn their focus from winning the hearts and minds of the party faithful in June, to winning the hearts and minds of a majority of all Montanans in November. Greg Gianforte, Kathleen Williams, Matt Rosendale, Raph Graybill, and Austin Knudsen will talk about what led to their victories and what issues they will highlight as the general election races begin. That’s Voices of Montana, live at 9:06 across the Big Sky on great hometown radio stations like Glendive Broadcastings 96.5 FM, KDZN.

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California Kathleen won to bad

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BREAKING NEWS:
The Montana Supreme Court has issued a stay on District Judge Donald Harris’ 11th-hour injunction that extended the deadline for county election offices to accept absentee ballots.

Under current Montana law, absentee ballots have to be received by 8 p.m. on election day, (June 2 for the 2020 Montana primary). Judge Harris’ ruling would have allowed the absentee ballots to be counted as long as they were postmarked on or before election day and received by June 8.

Montana Attorney General Tim Fox, whose office requested the stay, released a statement following the justices’ decision:

“I am pleased that the Montana Supreme Court maintained our long-standing ballot deadline of 8 p.m. on Election Day, especially since some counties are using prepaid ballot return envelopes that are not postmarked. Ten days before an election is not an appropriate time to upend an important and widely known voting deadline.”
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BREAKING NEWS: The Montana Supreme Court has issued a stay on District Judge Donald Harris’ 11th-hour injunction that extended the deadline for county election offices to accept absentee ballots. Under current Montana law, absentee ballots have to be received by 8 p.m. on election day, (June 2 for the 2020 Montana primary). Judge Harris’ ruling would have allowed the absentee ballots to be counted as long as they were postmarked on or before election day and received by June 8. Montana Attorney General Tim Fox, whose office requested the stay, released a statement following the justices’ decision: “I am pleased that the Montana Supreme Court maintained our long-standing ballot deadline of 8 p.m. on Election Day, especially since some counties are using prepaid ballot return envelopes that are not postmarked. Ten days before an election is not an appropriate time to upend an important and widely known voting deadline.”

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The decision was 5-2. Justices McGrath and Sandefur would have allowed Judge Harris' order to remain in effect.

All we have to know and abide by is right here... " Montana law, absentee ballots have to be received by 8 p.m. on election day, (June 2 for the 2020 Montana primary"

No excuse, no valid justification for extending the deadline.

Appreciate Rosebud County putting the postage on. Ballots out early and any citizen has no excuse for missing any deadline!

Thank You AG Fox. Again I’m starting to wonder if you are the only one in Helena working on positive issues for Montana.

Thank you AG Fox!

Now for Judge Fehr....

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