Montana Republican Party

The Montana Republican Party (MTGOP) is the affiliate of the Republican Party in Montana. The party is led by Chairman William Deschamps (Missoula) and Vice Chair Christy Clark (Choteau). The National Committeeman is Errol Galt (Martinsdale) and the National Committeewoman is Betti Hill (Helena). The MTGOP is located in Helena, Montana and is a private company organized of political organizations which include political action groups, political advocacy groups, political interest groups, and other types of political organizations.

Bowen Greenwood was hired as Executive Director in 2010.

Republican John McCain won Montana in 2008 with 49.43% of the total statewide vote over Democrat Barack Obama who received 47.17%, a 2.4-percent margin of victory for the senior U.S. Senator from Arizona.

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