Montana Candidate Dies After Ballots Printed

A candidate for the position of public administrator in Sanders County died after the ballots were printed, meaning the incumbent will win unless someone mounts a successful write-in campaign.
October 31, 2012
 

A candidate for the position of public administrator in Sanders County died after the ballots were printed, meaning the incumbent will win unless someone mounts a successful write-in campaign.

Elections administrator Jennine Robbins says 66-year-old Ron Olfert of Plains died on Oct. 19, leaving incumbent Beth Rice-Groshong as the apparent winner.

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