Category Archives: Elections

County consolidates two election polling places

Cascade County Commissioners voted unanimously during their Dec. 10 meeting to consolidate two rural polls to Expo Park. The two polling stations, Ulm School and Centreville School, have high numbers of absentee voters and the county is working to remove polling places from schools. The Ulm and Centreville polls were the last remaining polling stations in the county located in

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City Commission candidate forum is Oct. 17 at GFCMSU

The Electric is hosting a City Commission candidate forum on Oct. 17 at 6:30 p.m. in Heritage Hall at Great Falls College MSU. All candidates have been invited to participate. The forum will include prepared questions moderated by Jenn Rowell of The Electric and the audience will be able submit questions during the forum. Cherry Creek Radio is planning to

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City candidates took questions at Neighborhood Council forum

Candidates for Great Falls City Commission took questions during a forum hosted by Neighborhood Council 5 on Sept. 16. Candidates who attended were Mayor Bob Kelly, who is running unopposed; and commission candidates Bruce Pollington, Kim Rodriguez, Jasmine Taylor, Terry Thompson and Rick Tryon. Incumbent Tracy Houck did not attend. She told the forum organizers that she had  another engagement.

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Two neighborhood councils meet this week, one is hosting city candidate forum

    Next week Great Falls Neighborhood Councils #5 and #8 will host their monthly meetings. Below is a brief summary of each meeting:  Neighborhood Council 5 is hosting a City Commission candidate forum at the Great Falls Clinic Specialty Center Conference Room, 3000 15th Ave. S. at 7 p.m. Sept. 16. The City Commission candidates invited to attend are Mayor Bob Kelly,

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City Commission rejects option to cancel mayor, judge races on November ballot

City Commissioners voted during their Aug. 20 meeting to deny the resolution of intent to cancel certain races in the November 2019 election. Those races have less candidates running for the available seats and state law allows a local government to cancel the election and declare winners by acclamation. The resolution would have would have provided notice that the city

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Some city elections could be cancelled due to lack of candidates

Since few people filed for city elected positions, staff is recommending that the City Commission adopt a resolution during the Aug, 20 meeting to give notice of its intention to cancel the Nov. 5 general election for certain officers. State law allows a municipality to cancel a general election if the number of candidates filing is equal or less than

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