Senate Committee Sets Jan. 17 Confirmation Hearing for Zinke

If confirmed, Zinke will resign his recently won seat in the U.S. House of Representatives

HELENA — The Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources has set a Jan. 17 confirmation hearing for U.S. Rep. Ryan Zinke.

President-elect Donald Trump has nominated the Montana Republican to serve as Secretary of the Interior.

If Zinke is confirmed by the Senate he will resign his seat in the U.S. House of Representative and Montana will hold a special election to replace him.

Follow for live video and updates from the confirmation hearing.

  • badger

    I am very surprised that Zinke said he was against Federal land transfers then voted for them. NOT!

  • Concerned Citizen

    How anyone could have voted for this glory seeking clown is beyond me. He is anti-Montanan, and he will do anything for his personal gain, regardless of how it affects us.
    Republicans should hold their collective heads in shame for allowing him to take office, any office.

  • Caddisfly

    This whole thing just keeps getting worse and worse. When drumpf was elected I knew things would be bad, but what is occurring now is like I have entered the “Twilight Zone”. God help us all.