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Last updated 5:52 PM Apr 15, 2021

Sen. Tom McGillvray

Representing SD 23
Northwest Billings

McGillvray previously served in the House in 2011, 2009, 2007, and 2005.

SD 23 election results

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

General election vote, 2020

Ran unopposed

Party primary vote, 2020

Ran unopposed

Governor vote in district, 2020

(R) GIANFORTE(D)(L)59%38%
Won by 22% (2,513 votes)

Voting statistics

Of 1,510 Senate floor votes involving bills:
90%With majority of Senate lawmakers
93%With majority of GOP caucus
59%With majority of Dem. caucus
McGillvray has been absent or excused for 0 votes.
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Bills sponsored

SJ 2: Resolution for Article V of US Constitution convention of states
From Tom McGillvray (R)Bill text
Probably Dead
SB 77: Revise special district financing and dissolution provisions
Probably Dead
SB 149: Exempt health care sharing ministries from insurance laws
Second chamber
Passed 2nd reading vote
SB 195: Generally revise human rights laws
Probably Dead
SB 196: Generally revise polling place hours laws
Before governor
SB 277: Generally revising laws related to state's rights
Before governor
SB 303: Generally revise laws related to telecommunications contracts with state prisons
Second chamber
In committee
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Committee assignments

  • Senate Highways and Transportation
  • Senate Judiciary - Majority Vice Chair
  • Senate Rules
  • Senate Public Health, Welfare and Safety
  • Senate Committee on Committees

News coverage

MTFP stories involving this lawmaker
Legislature passes black bear, grizzly bear and wolf proposals
How are Republicans spending their mandate?
Push to limit public health authorities continues

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