Mail ballots were sent out to Montana voters on Oct. 9 and election offices are already seeing returns, with a slate of three key races featured prominently at the top of the ticket — U.S. House, U.S. Senate and the next governor of Montana.
With the 2020 general election set to take place on Nov. 3, and with ballots now in hand, voters still have time to make sure they’re informed about the issues candidates are identifying as their top priorities, as well as the platforms they stand on and the records to back them up.
Here’s a look at three of the top races in Montana.
Democratic candidate for U.S. House Kathleen Williams in Kalispell. Beacon File Photo
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