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Montana DPHHS Should Keep Rule Barring Sex Change on Birth Certificate

Jefferson County Attorney Steven Haddon Charges Voter for Signing Own Ballot Envelope

Montana SoS Offers New Election Machines After Tampered Seals Discovered in Carbon County

Another Observer Comes Forward, Casting Doubt on Missoula’s Second Recount of Ballot Envelopes

UPDATED: School Board Notified of Inappropriate Sexual Orientation Questionnaire Distributed by Missoula Teacher

What Does Candidate Ronalee Skees Not Understand About Individual Liberty?

Carbon County Commissioners, Clerk and Election Administrator Intentionally Keep Public Information from the Public

Anyone Else Longing For “The Good Old Days”?

Mark Zuckerberg Illegally “Friended” Montana in the 2020 Election

Hellgate Elementary Votes to “Allow” Parents to Decide On Masks for Fall, County Health Recommends COVID-19 Injections

Montana DPHHS Should Keep Rule Barring Sex Change on Birth Certificate

The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services allowed public comment today during a hearing where they considered keeping an emergency rule that bars individuals from changing their sex on their birth certificate while Senate Bill 280 is being challenged in court by the ACLU and other plaintiffs. SB 280, passed in the 2021…

Anyone Else Longing For “The Good Old Days”?

They say that youth is wasted on the young and the older I get, the truer that saying becomes.  How many of us can remember our grandparents waxing nostalgic about “the good old days” and we would secretly laugh them off?  I am discovering the older I get, the more I miss my grandparents and…

Montana PSC Primary Voters Decided Who Is Really Looking Out For Us

Despite slanderous accusations from her opponent, her presumptive primary win for Public Service Commission and recently released footage of COVID lockdown meetings of the Flathead Health Board vindicate Dr. Annie Bukacek’s fight for liberty.

Election Judge: Handling Hand Count Option For Montana Voters’ Ballots

This is my take on a possible way to deal with one aspect of Election Fraud. It is intended to get a conversation started about how to create a useful and efficient process for hand counting ballots that does not wear us Election Judges out to the point where we do not feel up to…

Another Observer Comes Forward, Casting Doubt on Missoula’s Second Recount of Ballot Envelopes

In an affidavit signed by one observer of the second recount of affirmation envelopes (also known as ballot signature envelopes) from the Missoula County 2020 General Election, the observer stated they could not be sure that the envelopes that were counted were from the 2020 General Election. In an interview with Western Montana News, Mr.…

The Flathead County Health Officer Selection Debacle

It has been two years since the Flathead County Health Board started its search for a replacement health officer and based on actions from the board and recommendations from outside recruiting firms, the board will not be making a permanent selection until 2023. The Flathead County Health Department has been seeking a Health Officer for…

Jefferson County Attorney Steven Haddon Charges Voter for Signing Own Ballot Envelope

State and county officials continue to ramp up their attacks on Montana citizens who are seeking answers to questions about how elections are ran in their county. In the most recent instance, Jefferson County Attorney Steven Haddon coordinated with elections administrator County Clerk Ginger Kunz and Jefferson High School business manager Lori Carey to charge…

Carbon County Commissioners, Clerk and Election Administrator Intentionally Keep Public Information from the Public

Montana and Federal law states all election records are required to be retained for at least 22 months. Counties like Carbon use computer equipment to tabulate our votes but do not consider video or electronic records from those tabulation computers as “records” that must be lawfully kept. Also, counties can keep records for as long as they like as…

Montana Citizens Receive “DOJ Threat” Treatment From Montana Officials Over Election Integrity Concerns

Election officials in Montana have been coordinating with State agencies including the Office of Political Practices (OPP), local law enforcement, and private non-governmental associations to quell citizens who have questions about their local election processes. The moves from state and local officials mirror coordination between the Department of Justice and the National School Board Association…

Carbon County and SoS Stories Conflict on Tampered Election Machines Seals: “No More Questions”

Carbon County Elections Administrator Crystal Roascio shared a press release Thursday to quell growing public concern regarding broken warranty seals discovered by citizens at a public test of the county’s ES&S DS200 election tabulation machines last Thursday. At the test, warranty seals shielding access to the inside of each of the county’s DS200 tabulation machines…