Montana Legislature Looks Similar to 2013, Dems Make Small Gains

During the 2013 session the House had 61 Republican and 39 Democratic members, and the Senate had 29 Republican and and 21 Democratic members.

As of my bleary morning preliminary count, it looks like the House is 59 R and 41 D and the Senate is 29 R, 21 D.

Lots of very close races, some could be headed to recount.  I’ll have more later, and will recheck these numbers but for now I must say:


(And many others – Zac Perry, Mary McNally, Janet Ellis, Virginia Court, Moffie Funk, Kim Dudik, Chris Pope, Casey Schreiner- full analysis later today.)

So proud of you!



5 Comments on "Montana Legislature Looks Similar to 2013, Dems Make Small Gains"

  1. Larry Kralj, Environmental Rangers | November 5, 2014 8:04 AM at 8:04 AM |

    The ONLY question left unanswered is just how long will it take for the nutjobs to declare WAR on somebody! Ukraine? N. Korea? Syria? Iran? Georgia? or maybe even VENEZUELA! (or maybe ISIS, and that ain’t even a country!) Shit. The country has become rapture ready! And it’s damn scary! Grampy McCain has just been itchin’ to go out with a sword in his hands! And the military has been pretty much fully Christianized! We’re in deep doo doo now! Forget about health care, now’s It’s full on WEALTH care for the one percent! Anyone who thinks that these crazy bastards won’t start a war somewhere has NO concept of history. The entire world must be shaking this a.m.

    • Larry, for once, you are hitting the proverbial nail on the head. Just wait until the nutty bills start pouring in to the legislature.

      • Larry Kralj, Environmental Rangers | November 5, 2014 10:06 AM at 10:06 AM |

        Here’s a guy about my age who knows a thing or two about horror stories. I think that you’ve gotta have a few years on you to fully appreciate what has just occurred. AND, you must have studied history. ie. of the fascist movements around the world. ie. our meddling in Latin America, etc. Can that be far behind again? Maybe Ollie North as sec. of state! Good compromise, no?

        I dropped out a long time ago. I don’t even own a TV. I’m stuck in the sixties, where we really were self-reliant and not dependent on the new technologies. Hence, the contrast for me as to where we are now is overwhelming. I still drive old cars, walk a lot, and live humbly. And if I need something, I build it.

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