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Jenifer Gursky Steps Down

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One member of the Montana State Legislature has stepped down to take a different job in Helena.

Jenifer Gursky who represented House District 98 in Missoula is leaving to pursue new opportunities in the capital city.

As of October 22nd former State Representative Jenifer Gursky says she has officially resigned from the Legislature to take a job in Helena.
The Missoula Democrat says she did this in order to start a new job as Development Director for the Helena Food Share.
She was elected to her position in 2012.
Montana law requires a person representing the same political party to be appointed to serve the remainder of Gursky's term, which is set to expire in 2014.
The county's Central Committee has 45 days to nominate three candidates to fill the position, and then Missoula County Commissioners have another 15 days to notify Secretary of State, Linda McCulloch, of their choice.

Gursky was on the Human Services and Judiciary Committees while serving in the Legislature.


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