Western District Democratic Congressional Candidate Monica Tranel appeared on the KGVO Talk Back show this week and took questions from the audience on a variety of topics, including the U.S. Supreme Court’s reversal of the Roe v Wade decision. Tranel said there are a number of topics associated with...
WHITEFISH, June 27 – Today, Ryan Zinke, former Congressman and Secretary of the Interior and current candidate for Montana’s western congressional district, released a statement opposing the gun control legislation recently signed into law by President Biden and drew attention to Left-wing lawyer and Democrat candidate for Congress Monica Tranel’s support for federal gun grabs.
His Democratic opponent, Monica Tranel, has asked the U.S. attorney’s office in Montana to launch an investigation.
The former U.S. Interior Secretary will face off against Democrat Monica Tranel in November’s general election. Former congressman and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke narrowly won the Republican primary on Thursday in the inaugural race to represent Montana’s Western congressional district. He will face off against Democrat Monica Tranel on the November ballot. The results, posted Thursday evening on the Montana secretary of state’s website, came almost two days after polls closed due to a physical error with primary ballots in Lincoln County. Election officials there have been hand-counting ballots since Tuesday, a painstaking process that concluded the race with a tight margin between Zinke and his top Republican contender, Al Olszewski.
The race for Montana’s new house seat is now heating up for the November election. Former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is the official winner in the GOP primary for Montana’s house seat. He will now face Olympic rower and attorney Monica Tranel for the House seat in November.
HELENA (AP) — Former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke won an unexpectedly tight race Thursday to become the Republican nominee in the race for a new U.S. House seat representing western Montana, a victory that comes after days of hand-counting ballots in one county. Zinke defeated former state Sen. Al "Doc" Olszewski by just over 1,600 votes out of 84,500 cast in the race, or 1.9 percentage points, according to preliminary numbers. Unofficial results had Zinke with 35,241 votes to 33,633 for Olszewski. Zinke won "despite facing more than a million dollars of negative advertising against him" by three Republicans, two Democratic candidates...
Former Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke won his spot as the Republican nominee in the House seat election coming up in western Montana. Zinke boasted a much-coveted endorsement from former President Donald Trump. Critics attacked Zinke for being moderate or soft on key Republican issues. The former secretary won...
One of the things that made Donald Trump’s presidential cabinet so unusual was the sheer volume of scandals. As regular readers know, at least four members of the Republican’s cabinet were referred to the Justice Department for possible criminal prosecution over the course of three years — a dynamic without precedent in American history.
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HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke won an unexpectedly tight race Thursday to become the Republican nominee in the race for a new U.S. House seat representing western Montana, a victory that comes after days of hand-counting ballots in one county. Zinke defeated former state Sen....
Zinke publicly declared victory before all votes were counted in Lincoln County, having held a roughly 1,000-vote lead over Olszewski since Tuesday night. In a statement posted on Facebook, Zinke said his win came in spite of critical messaging and attack ads from Republicans and Democrats throughout the primary. “Thank...
Ryan Zinke, Trump's former Interior secretary, will win GOP primary in Montana's 1st District, CNN projects
Former Rep. Ryan Zinke, who left his seat for a scandal-plagued tenure as then-President Donald Trump's Interior secretary, has won the GOP primary in Montana's 1st Congressional District, CNN projects.
Ryan Zinke, former Interior Secretary under then-President Donald Trump, has narrowly won the Republican primary for a new Montana House seat. He beat former State Sen. Al “Doc” Olszewski by less than two percentage points, according to preliminary poll results. Zinke, who had resigned from his cabinet member post amid numerous federal ethics investigations, earned his former boss’ endorsement in the five-candidate primary for the seat that was created due to the state’s population growth. Zinke stepped down from his position in the Trump administration at the end of 2018 while he was the subject of more than a dozen investigations —...