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Montana Primaries Overview

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Montanans were up bright and early today to head to the polls and cast their vote for the state primary election.

Polls opened at 7 a.m. In most precincts and will close tonight at 8. So that means you can still make it if you haven't voted yet...

Voters are deciding on several things today. There are many contested local elections and also up for grabs one of Montana's two US Senate seats currently held by Democrat John Walsh, who is seeking to hold on to it. He's battling other Democratic hopefuls for the right to go against the Republican candidate in the general election. Current US Representative Steve Daines is in competition for the Republican nod.

Voters also will be selecting a Democrat and a Republican to run for the US House seat Daines is leaving.

So plenty is on the table tonight.


Updated:6/4/14 8:41AM

June Primary Results


US House Candidates

(D) John Driscoll 70.01%
(D) John Lewis 59.59%
*70,723 Votes Recorded

(R) Elsie Arntzen 6.87%
(R) Matt Rosendale 28.81%
(R) Corey Stapleton 29.26%
(R) Drew Turiano 1.73%
(R) Ryan Zinke 33.09%
*131,280 Votes Recorded

US Senate Candidates

(D) Dirk S. Adams 13.25%
(D) John Bohlinger 22.60%
(D) John Walsh 63.92%
*30,035 Votes Recorded

(R) Susan Cundiff 8.98%
(R) Steve Daines 83.14%
(R) Champ Edmunds 7.60%
*132,281 Votes Recorded

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