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Montana Free Press 2020 election guide

Candidate profiles and FAQs

Montana Free Press created a comprehensive guideline to inform voters about candidates and races in the June 2 primary. Links to candidate websites and social media accounts, answers to questions on key issues, campaign finance data and elections headlines from around the state were compiled.

On the website homepage, voters get an overview of who is running for each office--Governor, US Senate, US House, Attorney General, Secretary of State, Superintendent of Public Instruction, State Auditor, Montana Supreme Court and Public Service Commission--with the option to click on each candidate. From there, information concerning the four above categories may be found specific to each individual.

Additionally, a frequently asked questions section is listed as the fourth heading on the website. Voters may review when elections are, what offices are up for election, find information on registering to vote and read why polling places cannot remain open. Information entry boxes are available to find specific voting districts, ballot drop-off locations and county election office phone numbers.

Winning party candidates will advance to the general election Nov 3.

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