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Montana Republican Party
Montana Republican Party Logo.jpg
Party Chairman William Deschamps
Headquarters 1005 Partrige Ste #4
Helena, MT 59602
Political ideology American Conservatism
American conservatism
Social conservatism
Fiscal conservatism
Economic liberalism
National affiliation Republican Party
Color(s) Red
Web Site

The Montana Republican Party (MTGOP) is the affiliate of the Republican Party in Montana. The party is led by Chairman William Deschamps (Missoula) and Vice Chair Liane Johnson (Cut Bank). The National Committeeman is Errol Galt (Martinsdale) and the National Committeewoman is Betti Hill (Helena).

Gary K. Carlson has been hired as the 2010 Executive Director[1]. He replaces Max Hunsaker in January.

Republican John McCain won Montana in 2008 with 49.43% of the total statewide vote over Democrat Barack Obama who received 47.17% a 2.4-percent margin of victory for the senior U.S. Senator from Arizona.


Current Elected Officers

Office Name County
Chair William Deschamps Missoula
Vice Chair Liane Johnson Glacier
Secretary Cynthia Johnson Pondera
Treasurer Shirley Warehime Lewis & Clark
Assistant Treasurer Lorna Kuney Lewis & Clark
National Committeeman Errol Galt Meagher
National Committeewoman Betti Hill Lewis & Clark

Elected Officials


Members of the Montana Senate

District Senator Residence
1 Aubyn Curtiss Fortine
2 Ryan Zinke Whitefish
3 Bruce Tutvedt Kalispell
4 Gregory Barkus Kalispell
5 Verdell Jackson Kalispell
6 John Brueggeman Polson
7 Greg Hinkle Thompson Falls
9 Rick Ripley Wolf Creek
14 Jerry Black Shelby
15 Jim Peterson Buffalo
18 John Brenden Scobey
19 Donald Steinbeisser Sidney
20 Keith Bales Otter
22 Taylor Brown Huntley
23 Kelly Gephardt Roundup
25 Roy Brown Billings
28 Jeff Essmann Billings
29 Daniel McGee Laurel
30 Robert Story, Jr. Park City
31 John Esp Big Timber
34 Joe Balyeat Bozeman
35 Gary Perry Manhattan
36 Debby Barrett Dillon
39 Terry Murphy Cardwell
42 Dave Lewis Helena
44 Rick Laible Victor
45 Jim Shockley Victor

Members of the Montana House of Representatives

District Representative Residence
1 Gerald Bennett Libby
2 Chas Vincent Libby
3 Dee Brown Hungry Horse
5 Keith Regier Kalispell
6 Bill Beck Whitefish
7 Jon Sonju Kalispell
9 Scott Reichner Bigfork
10 Mark Blasdel Somers
11 Janna Taylor Dayton
13 Pat Ingraham Thompson Falls
14 Gordon Hendrick Superior
17 Russell Bean Augusta
18 Jesse O'Hara Great Falls
19 Mike Milburn Cascade
24 Brian Hoven Great Falls
27 Llew Jones Conrad
28 Roy Hollandsworth Brady
29 Edward Butcher Winifred
30 Dave Kasten Brockway
34 Wendy Warburton Havre
35 Wayne Stahl Saco
37 Walter McNutt Sidney
39 Lee Randall Broadus
43 Duane Ankney Colstrip
44 William Glaser Huntley
45 Tom Berry Roundup
46 Ken Peterson Billings
47 Dennis Himmelberger Billings
50 Tom McGillvray Billings
53 Elsie Arntzen Billings
55 Cary Smith Billings
56 Don Roberts Billings
57 Penny Morgan Billings
58 Krayton Kerns Laurel
60 David Howard Park City
61 Joel Boniek Livingston
67 Gordon Vance Bozeman
68 Scott Sales Bozeman
69 Ted Washburn Bozeman
70 Michael More Gallatin Gateway
71 Bob Wagner Harrison
72 Jeffrey Welborn Dillon
77 Scott Mendenhall Clancy
83 Harry Klock Harlowton
84 Mike Miller Helmville
87 Ron Stoker Darby
88 Bob Lake Hamilton
89 Gary MacLaren Victor
90 Ray Hawk Florence
100 Bill Nooney Missoula

See also

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