Representative-elect Greg Gianforte (R., Mont.) pleaded guilty on Monday to misdemeanor assault following an incident last month in which he “body slammed” a reporter while on the campaign trail.
After the Republican candidate won Montana’s special election on Thursday, liberals took to social media to express their disbelief and anger at the outcome.
A complaint filed with the Federal Election Commission against Montana House Democratic candidate Rob Quist says he illegally coordinated with an unregistered political committee that distributed newspaper inserts aimed at reaching undecided voters.
Greg Gianforte, the Republican candidate for the Montana at-large House seat, has been charged with misdemeanor assault following a reported altercation between himself and a reporter on Wednesday evening.
Republicans are growing increasingly concerned about the upcoming special election in Montana, a race the GOP is still favored to win but has become a battleground in recent weeks.
The National Archives “conducted an extensive search” and was unable to locate any record of Montana Democrat Rob Quist registering for the Selective Service System, the United States government’s list of individuals eligible for conscription to the military.
A Buzzfeed defense of Montana Democrat Rob Quist’s numerous performances at an Idaho nudist resort is riddled with factual errors.
A major Montana newspaper lambasted Democratic congressional candidate Rob Quist as an “entertainer who can’t keep track of his own finances” before endorsing his Republican opponent, Greg Gianforte, in an editorial published Sunday.