Democrat for U.S. Senate
Seckinger, of Bozeman, announced his candidacy Feb. 18. A fly-fishing guide, he has lived in Bozeman since 2009 and describes himself as a “working-class Montanan” who has “never had a full-time job with benefits,” according to the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. He announced his departure from the race March 6.
Competitors: Steve Daines (R-INCUMBENT), Dan Larson (R), John Driscoll (R), Steve Bullock (D), Wilmot Collins (D), Michael Knoles (D), John Mues (D), Cora Neumann (D), Dennis Daneke (G), Wendie Fredrickson (G)
Race overview: 2020 U.S. Senate
No campaign finance filings yet on file. Candidates generally file with the Federal Election Commission or Montana Commissioner of Political Practices on a quarterly basis.
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