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Last updated 5:46 PM Apr 19, 2021

Rep. Mike Hopkins

Representing HD 92
East Missoula, Clinton, Seeley Lake, Condon

Hopkins previously served in the House in 2019 and 2017.

HD 92 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

Won by 11% (629 votes)

Party primary vote, 2020

Ran unopposed

Governor vote in district, 2020

(R) GIANFORTE(D)(L)51%44%
Won by 7% (408 votes)

Voting statistics

Of 1,544 House floor votes involving bills:
94%With majority of House lawmakers
92%With majority of GOP caucus
64%With majority of Dem. caucus
Hopkins has been absent or excused for 25 votes.
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Bills sponsored

HB 6: Renewable Resource Grants
From Mike Hopkins (R)Bill text
Second chamber
On floor
HB 7: Reclamation and Development Grants
Second chamber
On floor
HB 8: Renewable Resources Bonds and Loans
Second chamber
On floor
HB 9: Cultural and Aesthetic Grants
Second chamber
On floor
HB 12: Historic Preservation Grants
Second chamber
On floor
HB 14: Long-Range Building Bonding Program
Second chamber
On floor
HB 62: Update water and wastewater revolving loan program
Became Law
HB 191: Revise residential property tax credit for elderly
Second chamber
On floor
HB 218: Revise campus free speech laws
Became Law
HB 243: Generally revise laws related to law enforcement officers
Became Law
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Committee assignments

  • Joint Long-Range Planning - Chair
  • House Appropriations

News coverage

MTFP stories involving this lawmaker
The Session podcast
Marijuana bills roll through the House
Trio of bills offer competing visions for recreational marijuana
The Session podcast
The Session podcast
Lawmaker looks to ban ‘free-speech zones’ at public universities

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