(Undated) — Today is Election Day and, for the first time in more than 30 years, Montana voters will elect two members of the U.S. House of Representatives. Thanks to population growth reflected in the 2020 Census, Montana regained the House seat it lost in 1992 and seven candidates are on the ballot today. In Congressional District 1, Republican former U.S. Interior Secretary and Montana Congressman Ryan Zinke is running against Missoula attorney and Democratic candidate Monica Tranel and Libertarian activist John Lamb for the seat that includes Missoula, Kalispell, Butte, and Bozeman. In Congressional District 2, which includes Helena, Great Falls, Billings, Havre, and Miles City, first-term Republican Congressman Matt Rosendale is challenged by Democrat and former Billings City Councilwoman Peggy Ronning, Billings realtor, attorney and Libertarian candidate Sam Rankin, and Billings financial adviser, former Montana Commerce Director and independent Gary Buchanan.
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