In our interview with state representative Shane Morigeau, he discussed his plans to put the consumer first, restore transparency, and protect Montana's public lands as our next State Auditor.
In our interview, attorney Monica Tranel makes the case that her experience working with the PSC and on energy issues make her the best candidate to restore professionalism and knowledge to the PSC at it faces the challenge of confronting climate change and transitioning to green energy.
Apologies for the long delay in posting this interview, which took place on February 29. In our interview with Secretary of State candidate Bryce Bennett, we discussed his plans to ensure voter access and restore professionalism to the SoS office.
In his interview with The Montana PostCast, Missoula Representative and candidate for the US Congress Tom Winter discusses his background, prospects in the race, and the progressive values at the center of his campaign.
In our interview, Brett Rosenberg discussed his candidacy for PSC District 4, his thoughts about transitioning from coal to clean energy, and the ongoing dysfunction at the PSC, which he described as existing in a "time warp."
In our interview, Senate candidate John Mues warned about creeping authoritarianism in the U.S. and abroad, forcefully critiqued Senator Daine's failure to uphold the Constitution, and made the case why he's the best candidate for the Democrats to nominate.
In our interview with Helena Mayor Wilmot Collins, he argued that Senator Steve Daines has failed to represent the state and called for a $15 minimum wage and recognition of healthcare as a human right.
An interview with Tom Woods, candidate for PSC District 3, in which Woods discusses the role of the PSC, his thoughts on the race, and the need for better oversight over energy monopolies in Montana.