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Montana GOP Director Says Commissioner Issued “Biased” Mailer Decision, Should Have Recused Himself

Montana Political Practices Commissioner Jonathan Motl is being accused of an unequal handling of the law in his responses to two "voter guide" mailers in a 2014 Montana Supreme Court race.

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Montana Officials Accused of “Bias” and “Selective Enforcement” in Focusing on One Political Mailer but Not Others

After a controversial mailer triggered hundreds of complaints at the Montana Political Practices office for posing as an official "voter’s guide" from the Secretary of State’s office, a second mailer, sent by a group called the Montanan’s for Liberty and Justice has now come under scrutiny for some of the same reasons.

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Mailer and Retraction
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Stanford and Dartmouth Mail Apology for Controversial Montana Mailers, “Violation of University Policy” Says Stanford

After a days-worth of negotiations between the Montana Political Practices Commissioner and legal council for the universities of Dartmouth and Stanford, a letter has been drafted and will be sent to 100,000 Montanans.

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Political Practices Commissioner Cites Another, “More Serious” Violation in Missoula Primary Election

A little more than a week after the decision against the T.J. McDermott for Sheriff Campaign, Montana Political Practices Commissioner Jonathan Motl has issued another big decision stemming from a Missoula Primary race.

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T. J. McDermott
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Missoula Law Firm Responds to Political Practices Decision on McDermott Campaign [AUDIO]

During the recent campaign for Missoula County Sheriff, the law firm of Datsopoulos, MacDonald and Lind hosted a fundraising get together for Democrat Sheriff's candidate T.J. McDermott, that occurred on May 8.

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Political Practices Appointee Jonathan Motl Discusses Accusations of Partisanship

On Tuesday, May 21, Governor Steve Bullock announced that Attorney Jonathan Motl had been appointed as Commissioner of Political Practices.

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Missoula Schools
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Ad to Pay Trustee Candidates to Unseat Current Trustees Runs Afoul of Montana Campaign Laws

An ad placed by Realtor John Suprock offering money to anyone who could replace school trustees Toni Rehbein, Scott Bixler, Joe Toth or Drake Lemm may have run foul of Montana State law.

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