The latest Montana election results

| November 4, 2020 7:10 AM

Montana statewide results Wednesday, 6 a.m.

617 of 663 precincts - 93 percent

President

x-Donald Trump, GOP (i) 317,021 - 56 percent

Joe Biden, Dem 231,351 - 41 percent

Jo Jorgensen, Lib 13,635 - 2 percent

U.S. Senate

x-Steve Daines, GOP (i) 307,634 - 55 percent

Steve Bullock, Dem 256,419 - 45 percent

U.S. House

x-Matt Rosendale, GOP 313,111 - 56 percent

Kathleen Williams, Dem 247,311 - 44 percent

Governor

x-Greg Gianforte, GOP 303,740 - 54 percent

Mike Cooney, Dem 236,794 - 42 percent

Lyman Bishop, Lib 21,462 - 4 percent

Secretary of State

x-Christi Jacobsen, GOP 325,768 - 59 percent

Bryce Bennett, Dem 226,067 - 41 percent

Attorney General

x-Austin Knudsen, GOP 321,425 - 58 percent

Raph Graybill, Dem 233,098 - 42 percent

Auditor

x-Troy Downing, GOP 302,238 - 55 percent

Shane Morigeau, Dem 220,041 - 40 percent

Roger Roots, Lib 27,764 - 5 percent

Supt Public Instruction

Elsie Arntzen, GOP (i) 286,462 - 52 percent

Melissa Romano, Dem 245,321 - 44 percent

Kevin Leatherbarrow, Lib 21,377 - 4 percent

Constitutional Amendment 46 - ConAmend Signature Change 10% from 2/5ths of LDs

x-Yes, 398,928 - 77 percent

No, 118,556 - 23 percent

Constitutional Amendment 47 - Initiative Signature Change 5% from 1/3rd of LDs

x-Yes, 384,727 - 75 percent

No, 129,849 - 25 percent

Constitutional Init 118 - Allow Marijuana Legal Age To be set by law

x-Yes, 316,529 - 58 percent

No, 232,026 - 42 percent

Legislative Referendum 130 - Revise Conceal Carry Laws End local govt authority

Yes, 275,304 - 50 percent

No, 270,193 - 50 percent

Initiative 190 - Legalize Marijuana License, regulate, tax

x-Yes, 316,420 - 57 percent

No, 243,108 - 43 percent

Public Service Comm District 2

x-Tony O'Donnell, GOP (i) 61,591 - 64 percent

Valerie McMurtry, Dem 35,370 - 36 percent

Public Service Comm District 3

James Brown, GOP 71,263 - 54 percent

Tom Woods, Dem 60,895 - 46 percent

Public Service Comm District 4

Jennifer Fielder, GOP 61,473 - 52 percent

Monica Tranel, Dem 57,290 - 48 percent

Flathead County results

PRECINCTS COUNTED (OF 42) 42 100.00

REGISTERED VOTERS - TOTAL 74,616

BALLOTS CAST - TOTAL 36,124

VOTER TURNOUT - TOTAL 48.41

Flathead County Commission

Brad Abell (R) 21,853 62.27

Kristen Larson (D) 13,178 37.55

Senate District 2

Carl Glimm (R) 7,129 66.82

Kyle Waterman (D) 3,525 33.04

Senate District 3

Keith Regier (R) 5,162 50.74

Guthrie Quist (D) 4,992 49.07

Senate District 7

Bob Brown (R) 548 80.95

Diane Magone (D) 129 19.05

House District 3

Braxton Mitchell (R) 2,969 58.54

Debo Powers (D) 2,095 41.31

House District 5

Dave Fern (D) 3,993 61.52

Catherine Owens (R) 2,493 38.41

House District 6

Amy Regier (R) 2,451 66.23

Jerramy Dear-Ruel (D) 1,239 33.48

House District 7

Ross Frazier (D) 354 31.11

Frank Garner (R) 715 62.8

Nicholas Ramlow (L) 67 5.89

House District 10

Mark Noland (R) 3,870 71.92

Jennifer Allen (D) 1,508 28.02

House District 13

Paul Fielder (R) 529 77.91

Colleen Hinds (D) 124 18.26

Cade Stiles (L) 26 3.83

Constitutional Amendment 46

Yes 5,875 78.40

No 7,128 21.6

Constitutional Amendment 47

Yes 24,799 75.73

No 7,946 24.27

Constitutional Initiative 118

Yes 19,937 57.02

No 15,025 42.98

Legislative Referendum 130

Yes 7,997 51.65

No 16,844 48.35

Initiative 190

Yes 19,307 54.45

No 16,154 45.55

Flathead County Emergency Communications Center Special District Levy

Yes 18,791 54.09

No 15,949 45.91

Kalispell High School General Fund Levy

Yes 7,239 45.89

No 8,537 54.11