AG candidates have sharply different ideas of what the job should be
(Bozeman Daily Chronicle) Beyond the contrast in policy and plans, the candidates to be Montana’s next attorney general offer broadly divergent views on the job description for the position they’re running to fill this November.
Graybill, Knudsen win attorney general primaries
(Great Falls Tribune) Democrat Raph Graybill and Republican Austin Knudsen won their primaries Tuesday and will face off against each other in the Nov. 3 general election to be Montanan’s next attorney general, according to early election results.
Bennion, Knudsen in spirited battle for Republican AG nomination
(KTVH) In the two-man Republican primary for Montana’s open attorney general seat, both men are calling themselves conservatives – but that’s pretty much where the similarities end.
The winner of the GOP primary on June 2 will take on the winner of a two-person Democratic primary, in the general election, and Green Party candidate Roy Davis. Absentee primary-election ballots will be mailed to all registered Montana voters on May 8.
Commissioner: Graybill qualified to run for attorney general
(Arizona Daily Sun) – Democrat Raph Graybill meets the qualifications to run for attorney general, Montana’s political practices commissioner said Friday in response to a complaint filed earlier this month.
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