Republican for U.S. House
Stapleton, a former state senator, was elected secretary of state in 2016, and made unsuccessful primary bids for governor in 2012 and the U.S. House in 2014. He has an engineering degree from the U.S. Naval Academy and previously worked as a financial adviser in Billings. He said in January that he would run for Montana governor, but switched to the U.S. House race after Gianforte announced his own gubernatorial bid.On the Montana Lowdown Podcast
Competitors: Joe Dooling (R), Tim Johnson (R), Debra Lamm (R), Matt Rosendale (R), John Evankovich (R), Matt Rains (D), Kathleen Williams (D), Tom Winter (D)
Race overview: 2020 U.S. House
As a federal candidate, Stapleton has a campaign committee that files financial reports with the Federal Election Commission. Data shown here, current through 12/31/2019, is pulled from the FEC website for the 2019-20 election cycle.
Note: Fundraising components shown here don't necessarily sum to total fundraising because of miscellaneous receipts and accounting adjustments. Self-financing includes candidate contributions and campaign loans.
Contributions by zip code: Corey Stapleton (R)
Map data current through 12/31/2019. Official itemized data from the FEC can be unavailable for days or weeks following quarterly campaign filing deadlines.
Portion of individual receipts from Montana
Itemized individual contributions reported
Number at $2,800 contribution limit
Note: Small individual donors totalling $200 or less in contributions aren’t necessarily reported in itemized data used for map. Individual contributions to federal candidates are limited to $2,800.
Montana Free Press
Stapleton changes lanes, candidates make case for gubernatorial runs
APNewsBreak: Records show Stapleton’s vehicle misuse
Report: SOS Stapleton also used state-owned vehicles on weekends and holidays
Great Falls Tribune
Montana Secretary of State Stapleton visiting Israel
Little Shell chair, others object to Stapleton post
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