Each election cycle, Montana Women Vote publishes a Voter Guide focused on issues that impact women and families. The guide gives voters the information and tools needed to make informed decisions and head into the voting booth with confidence. The guide also provides important information and reminders about voting.
2020 Voter Guide for Statewide Races
Montana Women Vote’s 2020 Statewide Voter Guide contains short-form responses from candidates running for the US Senate, US House of Representatives, Governor, Secretary of State, State Auditor, Attorney General, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Montana Supreme Court, and the Public Service Commission.
We also provide the opportunity for candidates to provide long-form, written answers to our questions, which we publish online. The additional long-form responses for statewide races can be found below.
Additional long-form candidate responses:
- LR-130: LR-130 eliminates local decision making on concealed carry laws. Montana Women Vote OPPOSES this initiative because it’s poorly written, unconstitutional, and riddled with unintended consequences.
- CR-46 and CR-47: These initiatives revise constitutional language regarding signature collection for ballot initiatives to match current law. Montana Women Vote does not have a position on these initiatives.
- CI-118 and I-190: These two initiatives would legalize and tax marijuana for use by individuals over 21 years of age. Montana Women Vote SUPPORTS these initiatives, as they would reduce the number of people in prisons and jails and bring needed tax revenue into the state.
Missoula Urban Transportation District:
- Mountain Line Mill Levy: This mill levy will allow Mountain Line to provide bus service 7 days and 7 nights, more frequent buses, and new funding for the popular Zero-Fare program. Montana Women Vote SUPPORTS this mill levy.
2020 Voter Guide for Legislative Races
Montana Women Vote’s 2020 Legislative Races Voter Guides contain short-form responses from candidates running for the State Senate and State House of Representatives in Cascade County, Lewis and Clark County, and Missoula County.
Click here for links to view and download guides for legislative races:
Additional long-form candidate responses: Legislative Races in Cascade, Lewis and Clark, and Missoula Counties
We also provide the opportunity for candidates to provide long-form, written answers to our questions, which we publish online. The additional long-form responses from legislative candidates can be found below. If you do not see your legislative district, that means the candidate did not provide an additional responses. If they completed our voter guide survey, their short answers can be found in the Cascade, Lewis and Clark, and Missoula County guides linked above.
Cascade County Legislative Districts:
Lewis and Clark County Legislative Districts:
Missoula County Legislative Districts: