Montana Democratic Party
Montana Democratic Party Chairman Jim Elliot Senate leader Carol Williams House leader Margarett Campbell Headquarters PO Box 802
Helena, MT 59624
National affiliation Democratic Party Official colors Blue Website http://www.montanademocrats.org/ Politics of the United States
The Montana Democratic Party (MDP) is the Montana party affiliate of the Democratic Party. The Montana Democratic Party is also one of the two major political parties in the U.S. state of Montana. The party is led by Chairman Jim Elliot (Trout Creek) and Vice Chair Nancy Anderson (Great Falls). The National Committeeman is Ed Tinsley (Helena) and the National Committeewoman is Jean Lemire Dahlman (Forsyth).
Controversy arose late in the 2008 elections as the Billings Gazette reported Montana Democrats as breaking campaign disclosure laws. A report came out identifying democrats as calling voters anonymously to attack the republican candidate Jack Sands. Jack Sands went on to lose the election largely because of these illegal campaign activities.
Office Name County Chair Jim Elliot Sanders Vice Chair Nancy Anderson Cascade Secretary Angela Mclean Deer Lodge Treasurer Brenda Schye Valley National Committeeman Ed Tinsley Lewis & Clark National Committeewoman Jean Lemire Dahlman Rosebud
Current elected officials
The Montana Democratic Party holds five of the six statewide offices and holds a majority in the Montana House of Representatives. They also hold both of the state's U.S. Senate seats.
Members of Congress
- Governor: Brian Schweitzer
- Secretary of State: Linda McCulloch
- Attorney General: Steve Bullock
- State Auditor: Monica Lindeen
- Superintendent of Public Instruction: Denise Juneau
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