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The latest Montana election results

| November 4, 2020 6:00 PM

Montana statewide results, Nov. 5, 10 a.m.

658 of 663 precincts - 99 percent

President

x-Donald Trump, GOP (i) 340,635 - 57 percent

Joe Biden, Dem 243,278 - 41 percent

Jo Jorgensen, Lib 15,098 - 3 percent

U.S. Senate


x-Steve Daines, GOP (i) 330,317 - 55 percent

Steve Bullock, Dem 270,735 - 45 percent

U.S. House

Matt Rosendale, GOP 336,258 - 56 percent

Kathleen Williams, Dem 260,629 - 44 percent

Governor


x-Greg Gianforte, GOP 325,557 - 54 percent

Mike Cooney, Dem 249,259 - 42 percent

Lyman Bishop, Lib 23,891 - 4 percent

Secretary of State

x-Christi Jacobsen, GOP 349,943 - 60 percent

Bryce Bennett, Dem 238,117 - 40 percent

Attorney General


x-Austin Knudsen, GOP 345,379 - 58 percent

Raph Graybill, Dem 245,477 - 42 percent

Auditor


x-Troy Downing, GOP 323,988 - 55 percent

Shane Morigeau, Dem 231,248 - 39 percent

Roger Roots, Lib 30,957 - 5 percent

Supt Public Instruction


x-Elsie Arntzen, GOP (i) 307,345 - 52 percent

Melissa Romano, Dem 258,186 - 44 percent

Kevin Leatherbarrow, Lib 23,954 - 4 percent

Constitutional Amendment 46 - ConAmend Signature Change 10% from 2/5ths of LDs

x-Yes, 423,120 - 77 percent

No, 127,519 - 23 percent

Constitutional Amendment 47 - Initiative Signature Change 5% from 1/3rd of LDs

x-Yes, 408,278 - 75 percent

No, 139,210 - 25 percent

Constitutional Init 118 - Allow Marijuana Legal Age To be set by law

x-Yes, 338,373 - 58 percent

No, 246,601 - 42 percent

Legislative Referendum 130 - Revise Conceal Carry Laws End local govt authority

Yes, 295,950 - 51 percent

No, 285,247 - 49 percent

Initiative 190 - Legalize Marijuana License, regulate, tax


x-Yes, 338,835 - 57 percent

No, 256,889 - 43 percent


Flathead County Election Results

PRESIDENT & VP

BIDEN/HARRIS (DEM) 20,238 33.66

JORGENSEN/COHEN (LIB) 1,339 2.23

TRUMP/PENCE (REP) 38,233 63.58

US SENATOR

STEVE BULLOCK (DEM) 22,139 36.86

STEVE DAINES (REP) 37,775 62.90

US REPRESENTATIVE

MATT ROSENDALE (REP) 38,341 64.20

KATHLEEN WILLIAMS (DEM) 21,233 35.55

GOVERNOR/LT. GOVERNOR

BISHOP/NESPER (LIB) 2,218 3.71

COONEY/SCHREINER (DEM) 20,350 34.02

GIANFORTE/JURAS (REP) 37,133 62.08

SECRETARY OF STATE

BRYCE BENNETT (DEM) 19,398 32.94

CHRISTI JACOBSEN (REP) 39,404 66.91

ATTORNEY GENERAL

RAPH GRAYBILL (DEM) 19,672 33.34

AUSTIN KNUDSEN (REP) 39,243 66.51

STATE AUDITOR

TROY DOWNING (REP) 36,977 63.07

SHANE A MORIGEAU (DEM) 18,812 32.09

ROGER ROOTS (LIB) 2,781 4.74

STATE SUPT OF PUB INSTR

ELSIE ARNTZEN (REP) 35,631 60.63

KEVIN LEATHERBARROW (LIB) 2,325 3.96

MELISSA ROMANO (DEM) 20,749 35.30

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE 5

MIKE BLACK 21,435 41.43

LAURIE MCKINNON 30,054 58.08

RETAIN JIM SHEA

YES 38,762 74.85

NO. 13,026 25.15

STATE SENATOR DST 2

CARL GLIMM (REP) 8,740 68.20

KYLE WATERMAN (DEM) 4,057 31.66

STATE SENATOR DST 3

GUTHRIE QUIST (DEM) 6,577 44.09

KEITH REGIER (REP) 8,316 55.75

STATE SENATOR DST 6

GREG HERTZ (REP) 5,354 96.78

STATE SENATOR DST 7

BOB BROWN (REP) 1,870 82.42

DIANE L. MAGONE (DEM) 397 17.50

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DST 3

BRAXTON MITCHELL (REP) 3,578 59.88

DEBO POWERS (DEM) 2,387 39.95

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DST 4

MATT REGIER (REP) 5,907 97.48

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DST 5

DAVE FERN (DEM) 4,473 60.03

CATHERINE OWENS (REP) 2,973 39.90

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DST 6

JERRAMY DEAR-RUEL (DEM) 2,290 30.61

AMY REGIER (REP) 5,174 69.17

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DST 7

ROSS FRAZIER (DEM) 1,473 30.53

FRANK GARNER (REP) 3,079 63.81

NICHOLAS RAMLOW (LIB) 260 5.39

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DST 8

JOHN FULLER (REP) 5,098 96.28

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DST 9

BRIAN PUTNAM (REP) 4,133 97.94

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DST 10

JENNIFER ALLEN (DEM) 1,625 27.26

MARK NOLAND (REP) 4,332 72.67

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DST 11

DEREK SKEES (REP) 5,344 96.44

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DST 13

PAUL C. FIELDER (REP) 1,774 78.18

COLLEEN HINDS (DEM) 395 17.41

CADE STILES (LIB) 100 4.41

CLERK OF THE DST COURT

PEG L ALLISON (REP) 49,642 97.86

COMMISSIONER DST 1

BRAD ABELL (REP) 38,226 65.24

KRISTEN LARSON (DEM) 20,246 34.55

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 46

YES on Constitutional Amendment 42,399 77.36

NO on Constitutional Amendment 12,408 22.64

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 47

YES on Constitutional Amendment 40,827 75.07

NO on Constitutional Amendment 13,561 24.93

CONSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE NO. 118

YES on Constitutional Initiative 32,678 56.01

NO on Constitutional Initiative 25,667 43.99

LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM NO. 130

YES on Legislative Referendum 31,174 53.70

NO on Legislative Referendum 26,874 46.30

INITIATIVE NO. 190

YES on Initiative I-190 31,917 53.87

NO on Initiative I-190 27,336 46.13

Flathead Emergency Comm Ctr Special Dst

YES, IT SHALL BE ADOPTED 31,091 53.69

NO, IT SHALL NOT BE ADOPTED 26,821 46.31

HS GENERAL FUND LEVY PROPOSITION KALISPELL

FOR THE ADDITIONAL LEVY 16,759 47.24

AGAINST THE ADDITIONAL LEVY 18,721 52.76