2020欧洲杯体育官方网站

Here come the elections

An overview of races on ballot between May 5 and Nov. 3
By 
Sam Klomhaus — Enterprise Staff Writer
Tuesday, February 18, 2020

2020欧洲杯体育官方网站The deadlines for candidates to file in national, state, county and school board elections are rapidly approaching.

The school district elections are scheduled for May 5. School board trustee elections must be held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in May, according to the Montana School Election Handbook. The Livingston School District Board called for the election at their most recent meeting. 

Three Livingston School District trustee seats will be up for election in May: two from the elementary district and one from the high school district. Operating levies for both districts could also be on the table for this election.

Trustee candidates must file with the school district clerk no later than 40 days before the election. Candidate packets are available at the Livingston School District Office.

2020欧洲杯体育官方网站The Shields Valley School District has two trustee positions open for the May election. Candidate forms must be submitted to the clerk of the district by March 26.

The Gardiner School District has two school board positions up for election in May. Candidates must file by March 26.

2020欧洲杯体育官方网站The national general election is scheduled for Nov. 3. County and state positions will also be elected Nov. 3. The Montana primary election is June 2. County, state and federal candidates will be nominated at the primary election.

2020欧洲杯体育官方网站For candidates in the national, state and county elections, the filing deadline is March 9.

2020欧洲杯体育官方网站The county positions on the ballot for November are County Commissioner (Districts 2 and 3), County Superintendent of Schools, Clerk of the District Court and County Auditor.

2020欧洲杯体育官方网站So far, incumbent County Commissioners Bill Berg (District 2) and Clint Tinsley (District 3) have filed for reelection. Luke Jergenson has filed as a candidate for District 2.

Incumbent Auditor Martha Miller has filed to run for her position again, and incumbent Molly Bradberry and Orlina Libsack have filed for Clerk of District Court. No candidates have filed for the Superintendent of Schools position, according to the Montana Commissioner of Political Practices’ website.

All 100 Montana State House districts are up for grabs, including District 59 (rural Park County, Sweet Grass County and part of Gallatin County) and District 60 (Livingston).

2020欧洲杯体育官方网站In District 59, incumbent Alan Redfield (R-Pray) is term limited. So far, Marty Malone, a Republican from Pray, is the only candidate who has filed for the seat.

So far, no candidates have filed for the District 60 seat. Laurie Bishop (D-Livingston) is the incumbent.

Livingston’s Montana Senate seat is not up for election in November. 

For those wishing to vote via absentee ballot, applications can be obtained at the Park County elections website. Applications can be returned by mail to the Park County Election Administration at 414 E. Callendar St. or by email (signed and scanned) to elections@parkcounty.org.

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