Take Action

There are several ways to take action to promote conservative values in Missoula County.

Comment on Missoula County’s plan to Advance the County, City Clean Electricity Goal.

The City of Missoula and Missoula County released on February 10, 2021, a draft Implementation Plan that identifies projects to advance the city and county’s goal of 100% clean electricity for the Missoula urban area by 2030.

The city and county invite input from the public on the draft plan. The document is available for review at https://www.engagemissoula.com/missoulas-100-clean-electricity-initiative. Comments on the draft plan are requested by 5 p.m. Monday, March 1

Judicial Reform

We’ve seen it across the nation and in Montana: judicial overreach and activism. Montana’s 67th legislature is taking aim at judicial reform and we’re asking you to get involved in making this effort a success.

SB140 eliminates the Judicial Nomination Commission. The Commission is historically filled with trial lawyers who, when a judgeship is open, recommend attorneys lacking in transactional law experience (property law, water law, etc.). This inhibits legal diversity on the bench. Montanans need to know the judges presiding over their cases are knowledgeable and experienced in the broad field of law. 

Ask the Senate Judiciary Committee for a YES vote on SB140. Additionally, contact your state senator and representative and ask for their YES vote on SB140 when it reaches the chamber floor.


Run for office

Missoula Republican Party is currently recruiting candidates for Missoula City Council and mayor. Candidates must be registered to vote and live in the ward they wish to represent or, for mayor, within the city limits. If you are interested or know someone who is, please contact us or call the Chairman 406-531-1777.

To find out which ward you reside in, check out this interactive map.
Review the duties of the city council and the mayor in Title 2 of the Municipal Code.
Municipal filing deadline is June 21, 2021 by 5 pm. If more than one candidate, the primary election will be held September 14, 2021. The general election takes place November 2, 2021. The election will be a mail-in election.

Missoula County Commission’s public meetings, every other Thursday at 2 pm. Comments are accepted on subjects not on the agenda.

Feb. 25 agenda. Watch live on the youtube channel, MCAT, or join the Microsoft Teams meeting.

If you would like to provide public comment to the Missoula Board of County Commissioners please email bcc@missoulacounty.us
Or call in (audio only)
+1 406-272-4824 United States, Billings
Phone Conference ID: 708 917 813#
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2021 – 2 PM



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