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Montana Code 13-35-231 - Unlawful for political party to endorse judicial candidate

Montana Code > Title 13 > Chapter 35 > Part 2 > § 13-35-231. Unlawful for political party to endorse judicial candidate


Current as of: 2009

A political party may not endorse, contribute to, or make an expenditure to support or oppose a judicial candidate.

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