2020 Youth Vote Results

K-6 Voting Results

FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT

JOSEPH R. BIDEN
DEMOCRAT
180 / 803

22.42%

JO JORGENSEN
LIBERTARIAN
72 / 803

8.97%

DONALD J. TRUMP
REPUBLICAN
551 / 803

68.62%

What is your favorite cartoon?

Spirit 147 / 773

19.02%

Avengers 151 / 773

19.53%

The Loud House 220 / 773

28.46%

How to Train Your Dragon 255 / 773

32.99%

What is your favorite sport?

Tennis 50 / 753

6.64%

Swimming 339 / 753

45.02%

Track 191 / 753

25.37%

Volley Ball 173 / 753

22.97%

Which food is your favorite School Lunch?

Pizza 293 / 754

38.86%

Tacos 151 / 754

20.03%

Chicken Tenders 103 / 754

13.66%

Hamburger 207 / 754

27.45%

Who is your favorite current athlete?

Colin McGregor 253 / 747

33.87%

Serena Williams 133 / 747

17.80%

Danica Patrick 225 / 747

30.12%

Gabrielle Reece 136 / 747

18.21%

What is your favorite type of music?

Country 335 / 747

44.85%

Alternative 115 / 747

15.39%

Rock & Metal 98 / 747

13.12%

R & B, Rap/Hip Hop 199 / 747

26.64%

Rate your experience with the Montana Student Voter System.

4.00 / 726 votes

7-12 Voting Results

FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT

JOSEPH R. BIDEN
DEMOCRAT
1158 / 3777

30.66%

JO JORGENSEN
LIBERTARIAN
262 / 3777

6.94%

DONALD J. TRUMP
REPUBLICAN
2357 / 3777

62.40%

FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR

STEVE BULLOCK
DEMOCRAT
1646 / 3720

44.25%

STEVE DAINES
REPUBLICAN
2074 / 3720

55.75%

FOR UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE

MATT ROSENDALE
REPUBLICAN
2271 / 3704

61.31%

KATHLEEN WILLIAMS
DEMOCRAT
1433 / 3704

38.69%

FOR GOVERNOR & LT. GOVERNOR

LYMAN BISHOP &
JOHN NESPER
LIBERTARIAN
516 / 3676

14.04%

MIKE COONEY &
CASEY SCHREINER
DEMOCRAT
1115 / 3676

30.33%

GREG GIANFORTE &
KRISTEN JURAS
REPUBLICAN
2045 / 3676

55.63%

FOR SECRETARY OF STATE

BRYCE BENNETT
DEMOCRAT
1183 / 3662

32.30%

CHRISTI JACOBSEN
REPUBLICAN
2479 / 3662

67.70%

FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL

RAPH GRAYBILL
DEMOCRAT
1826 / 3659

49.90%

AUSTIN KNUDSEN
REPUBLICAN
1833 / 3659

50.10%

FOR STATE AUDITOR

TROY DOWNING
REPUBLICAN
2141 / 3646

58.72%

SHANE A MORIGEAU
DEMOCRAT
1171 / 3646

32.12%

ROGER ROOTS
LIBERTARIAN
334 / 3646

9.16%

FOR STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

ELSIE ARNTZEN
REPUBLICAN
1809 / 3640

49.70%

KEVIN LEATHERBARROW
LIBERTARIAN
413 / 3640

11.35%

MELISSA ROMANO
DEMOCRAT
1418 / 3640

38.96%

FOR SUPREME COURT JUSTICE #5

MIKE BLACK
NONPARTISAN
1754 / 3633

48.28%

LAURIE MCKINNON
NONPARTISAN
1879 / 3633

51.72%

FOR SUPREME COURT JUSTICE #6: Shall Judge JIM SHEA of the Supreme Court of the state of Montana be retained in office for another term? Select "YES" if you wish the official to remain in office. Select "NO" if you do not wish the official to remain in office.

YES 2880 / 3633

79.27%

NO 753 / 3633

20.73%

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT C-46 AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION PROPOSED BY THE LEGISLATURE

AN ACT SUBMITTING TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF MONTANA AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE XIV, SECTION 9, OF THE MONTANA CONSTITUTION TO REVISE THE METHOD OF QUALIFYING A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT BY INITIATIVE FOR THE BALLOT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

The 2019 Legislature submitted this constitutional amendment for a vote. C-46 modifies the state constitution to specify proposed petitions for constitutional amendments from the people must be signed by at least ten percent of the qualified electors in two-fifths of the legislative districts. It repeals a different standard found to be unconstitutional in 2005.

YES on Constitutional Amendment C-46 2458 / 3606

68.16%

NO on Constitutional Amendment C-46 1148 / 3606

31.84%

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT C-47 AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION PROPOSED BY THE LEGISLATURE

AN ACT SUBMITTING TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF MONTANA AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 4, OF THE MONTANA CONSTITUTION TO REVISE THE METHOD OF QUALIFYING AN INITIATIVE FOR THE BALLOT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

The 2019 Legislature submitted this constitutional amendment for a vote. C-47 modifies the state constitution to specify proposed petitions for citizen ballot initiatives must be signed by at least five percent of the qualified electors in one third of the legislative districts. It repeals a different standard found to be unconstitutional in 2005.

YES on Constitutional Amendment C-47 2394 / 3569

67.08%

NO on Constitutional Amendment C-47 1175 / 3569

32.92%

CONSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE CI-118 A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE PETITION

Under the Montana Constitution, a person 18 years of age or older is an adult, except that the legislature or the people by initiative may establish the legal age of purchasing, consuming, or possessing alcoholic beverages. CI-118 amends the Montana Constitution to allow the legislature or the people by initiative to establish the legal age for purchasing, consuming, or possessing marijuana.

YES on Constitutional Initiative CI-118 2158 / 3567

60.50%

NO on Constitutional Initiative CI-118 1409 / 3567

39.50%

LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM NO. 130 AN ACT REFERRED BY THE LEGISLATURE

AN ACT REVISING FIREARMS LAWS TO SECURE THE RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS AND TO PREVENT A PATCHWORK OF RESTRICTIONS BY LOCAL GOVERNMENTS ACROSS THE STATE AND PROVIDING THAT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS MAY NOT REGULATE THE CARRYING OF CONCEALED WEAPONS; PROVIDING THAT THE PROPOSED ACT BE SUBMITTED TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF MONTANA; AMENDING SECTIONS 7-1-111 AND 45-8-351, MCA; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

The 2019 Legislature submitted this proposal for a vote. LR-130 generally restricts a county, city, town, consolidated local government, or other local government unit's authority to regulate the carrying of firearms. It removes a local government unit's power to regulate the carrying of permitted concealed weapons or to restrict the carrying of unconcealed firearms except in publicly owned and occupied buildings under the local government unit's jurisdiction. It repeals a local government unit's authority to prevent or suppress the possession of firearms by convicted felons, adjudicated mental incompetents, illegal aliens, and minors. Federal and other state firearm restrictions would remain unchanged, including for these individuals. Local firearm ordinances that conflict with
LR-130 could not be enforced.

YES on Legislative Referendum LR-130 1813 / 3551

51.06%

NO on Legislative Referendum LR-130 1738 / 3551

48.94%

INITIATIVE NO. 190
A LAW PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE PETITION

I-190 legalizes the possession and use of limited amounts of marijuana for adults over the age of 21. I-190 requires the Department of Revenue to license and regulate the cultivation, transportation, and sale of marijuana and marijuana-infused products and to inspect premises where marijuana is cultivated and sold. It requires licensed laboratories to test marijuana and marijuana-infused products for potency and contaminants. I-190 establishes a 20% tax on nonmedical marijuana. 10.5% of the tax revenue goes to the state general fund, with the rest dedicated to accounts for conservation programs, substance abuse treatment, veterans' services, healthcare costs, and localities where marijuana is sold. I-190 allows a person currently serving a sentence for an act permitted by I-190 to apply for resentencing or an expungement of the conviction. I-190 prohibits advertising of marijuana and related products.

Marijuana taxes and fees will generate about $48 million annually by 2025. Marijuana fees will fund program administration and enforcement. Marijuana taxes will contribute to the general fund and special revenue accounts for conservation, veterans' services, substance abuse treatment, healthcare, and local governments. The general fund will net $4 million.

YES ON INITIATIVE I-190 2031 / 3517

57.75%

NO ON INITIATIVE I-190 1486 / 3517

42.25%

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Yes 538 / 3520

15.28%

No 2982 / 3520

84.72%

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100.00%

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