Montana's 2020 election
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U.S. House

Montana’s sole representative in the lower chamber of the U.S. Congress, elected to a two-year term.


Campaign finance

As reported in quarterly filings. Data current through 12/31/2019. No reports yet on file for John Evankovich.

Total raised in race
Total spent
CandidateTotal raisedIndividual contributionsCommittee contributionsSelf-financing
Kathleen Williams (D)$1,196,712$1,116,559$52,448$0
Matt Rosendale (R)$1,091,553$967,466$53,186$0
Tom Winter (D)$265,312$251,436$7,100$6,260
Corey Stapleton (R)$154,999$154,999$0$0
Joe Dooling (R)$47,974$41,038$0$5,136
Debra Lamm (R)$45,241$36,242$2,000$6,999
Matt Rains (D)$41,981$36,981$0$0
Tim Johnson (R)$5,206$1,885$0$3,321
John Evankovich (R)$0$0$0$0
Note: Fundraising components in table don't necessarily sum to exact total because of miscellaneous receipts and accounting adjustments. Self-financing includes candidate contributions and campaign loans.
Source: Campaign finance reports filed with the Federal Election Commission.

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