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Voter turnout

1597    85.9%

Clerk of District Court

Jeraldine A. Newell (R)  1454     

   

County Commissioner

District I

Kevin J. Braun (R)           766  

Chuck Lee (I)                     94

Pete J. Rising (I)                 58

Brian O’Connor  WRITE IN    410     

Sandra Kinsey WRITE IN  198

President

Joseph R. Biden (D)          172

Jo Jorgensen (L)                 28

Donald J. Trump (R)       1375

United States Senator

Steve Bullock (D)             235

Steve Daines (R)             1341

United States Representative

Matt Rosendale (R)         1312

Kathleen Williams (D)      251

Governor

Lyman Bishop (L)               49

Mike Cooney (D)              218

Greg Gianforte (R)         1288

Secretary of State

Bryce Bennett (D)             164

Christi Jacobsen (R)        1331

Attorney General

Raph Graybill (D)             166

Austin Knudsen (R)       1343

State Auditor

Troy Downing (R)          1273

Shane A. Morigeau (D)     164

Roger Roots (L)                  57

State Superintendent of

Public Instruction

Elsie Arntzen (R)            1234

Kevin Leatherbarrow (L)    42

Melissa Romano (D)         224

Public Service

Commissioner, District 2

Valerie McMurtry (D)       172

Tony O’Donnell (R)        1322

Supreme Court Justice #5

Mike Black (NP)               453

Laurie McKinnon (NP)     784

Supreme Court Justice #6 Shall Judge Jim Shea of the Supreme Court of the state of Montana be retained in office for another term?

Yes                                    994

No                                     350

State Representative District 37

Jacob Kitson (L)               113

Jerry Schillinger (R)          1383

Constitutional Amendment No. 46

C-46 modifies the state constitution to specify proposed petitions for constitutional amendments from the people must be signed by at least ten percent of the qualified electors in two-fifths of the legislative districts. It repeals a different standard found to be unconstitutional in 2005.

Yes on Constitutional

Amendment C-46           1048

No on Constitutional

Amendment C-46             340

Constitutional Amendment No. 47

C-47 modifies the state constitution to specify proposed petitions for citizen ballot initiatives must be signed by at least five percent of the qualified electors in one third of the legislative districts. It repeals a different standard found to be unconstitutional in 2005.

Yes on Constitutional

Amendment C-47              984

No on Constitutional

Amendment C-47              387

Initiative No. 118

Under the Montana Constitution, a person 18 years of age or older is an adult, except that the legislature or the people by initiative may establish the legal age of purchasing, consuming, or possessing alcoholic beverages. CI-118 amends the Montana Constitution to allow the legislature or the people by initiative to establish the legal age for purchasing, consuming, or possessing marijuana.

Yes on Initiative CI-11      643

No on Initiative CI-118     858

Legislative Referendum  No. 130

LR-130 generally restricts a county, city, town, consolidated local government, or other local government unit’s authority to regulate the carrying of firearms. It removes a local government unit’s power to regulate the carrying of permitted concealed weapons or to restrict the carrying of unconcealed firearms except in publicly owned and occupied buildings under the local government unit’s jurisdiction. It repeals a local government unit’s authority to prevent or suppress the possession of firearms by convicted felons, adjudicated mental incompetents, illegal aliens, and minors. Federal and other state firearm restrictions would remain unchanged, including for these individuals. Local firearm ordinances that conflict with LR-130 could not be enforced.

Yes on Initiative LR-130   726

No on Initiative LR-130    763

Initiative #190

I-190 legalizes the possession and use of limited amounts of marijuana for adults over the age of 21. I-190 requires the Department of Revenue to license and regulate the cultivation, transportation, and sale of marijuana and marijuana-infused products and to inspect premises where marijuana is cultivated and sold. It requires licensed laboratories to test marijuana and marijuana-infused products for potency and contaminants. I-190 establishes a 20% tax on non-medical marijuana. 10.5% of the tax revenue goes to the state general fund, with the rest dedicated to accounts for conservation programs, substance abuse treatment, veterans’ services, healthcare costs, and localities where marijuana is sold. I-190 allows a person currently serving a sentence for an act permitted by I-190 to apply for resentencing or an expungement of the conviction. I-190 prohibits advertising of marijuana and related products.

Yes on Initiative I-190      577

No on Initiative I-190       955

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