Polls open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday
The 2018 General Election is Tuesday, Nov. 6. The following is a list of candidates:
Eldena Bear Don’t Walk, of St. Ignatius, is campaigning for the State Representative for District 93.
Bear Don’t Walk was born in Missoula and raised in Billings. She attended the University of Montana where she obtained a degree in Sociology, focusing on juvenile deliquency and criminology. Later, she attended the Blewett School of Law for criminal justice and federal Indian law.
Her platform includes focusing on law and justice, health care and education.
Currently, Bear Don’t Walk is a public defender for the State of Montana in Polson.
Bear Don’t Walk has a daughter, Rose.
Also vying for the District 93 Representative seat is Ronan resident Joe Read.
Read previously served as representative in 2011 in District 15.
Susan Evans of Polson is looking to fill the seat in the State Representative District 12 race.
She was born in eastern Montana and has lived in Germany. Evans wants to promote small businesses and community development.
Incumbent Greg Hertz, of Polson, is looking to keep his position in the State Representative District 12 race.
Lake County Commissioner
Caroline McDonald - Democrat
Gale Decker - Republican
District Court Judge, District 20
Deborah “Kim” Christopher
Kathleen Williams - Democrat
Greg Gianforte - Republican
Jon Tester - Democrat
Matt Rosendale - Republican
Public Service Commissioner District 5
Andy Shirtliff - Democrat
Brad Johnson - Republican
Clerk of Supreme Court
Rex Renk - Democrat
Bowen Greenwood - Republican
For voters unsure of their polling location in Lake County, contact the Lake County Election office at 406-883-7268.
All voters are required to show one form of identification at the polls to cast their vote.
Acceptable forms of identification include: a driver’s license, Tribal photo card, school district or post-secondary education photo identification, current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck or a government-issued document that provides the voter’s name and current address, a voter confirmation card, or a Costco card.