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Last updated 8:32 PM Mar 1, 2021

Rep. Lola Sheldon-Galloway

Republican
Representing HD 22
Northwest Great Falls

Sheldon-Galloway previously served in the House in 2019 and 2017.

HD 22 election results

Last in-cycle for House election in 2020. House seats are elected every two years, Senate seats every four.

General election vote, 2020

(R) LOLA SHELDON-GALLOWAY(D)58%42%
Won by 17% (732 votes)

Party primary vote, 2020

(R) LOLA SHELDON-GALLOWAY100%
Ran unopposed

Governor vote in district, 2020

(R) GIANFORTE(D)(L)53%42%
Won by 11% (499 votes)

Voting statistics

Of 722 House floor votes involving bills:
85%With majority of House lawmakers
90%With majority of GOP caucus
61%With majority of Dem. caucus
Sheldon-Galloway has been absent or excused for 0 votes.
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Bills sponsored

HB 136: Establish pain-capable unborn child protection act
Broadly restricts abortions after 20 weeks
From Lola Sheldon-Galloway (R)Bill textFiscal noteLegal note3 MTFP stories
Through Legislature
Passed both chambers
HB 455: Generally revise election laws related to absentee ballots
First chamber
Tabled in committee
HB 502: Create exemption from child-placement licensure requirements
First chamber
Passed second reading vote
HB 568: Limit number and location of recreational marijuana dispensaries
First chamber
Tabled in committee
HB 587: Prohibit censorship by social media site providers
First chamber
Tabled in committee
HB 597: Revise laws regarding big technology communication corporations
First chamber
Tabled in committee
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Committee assignments

  • House Human Services - Majority Vice Chair
  • House Taxation
  • House Rules

News coverage

MTFP stories involving this lawmaker
Senate Judiciary votes to forward anti-abortion bills
2/9/21

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