Linda McCulloch has earned the support of the Billings Gazette editorial board, who have praised her commitment to voter registration and running clean, fair elections.
You can read the entire story online at the paper's website. Here is some of what they had to say about Linda's good work as Secretary of State:
Mail ballots, consolidated polling places, late registration and Election Day registration have all become more popular. Two years ago, 47 percent of Montanans voted by mail. In Yellowstone County, 75 percent of ballots voted had been mailed. Those figures are expected to be higher on Nov. 6.
In her first term, Secretary of State Linda McCulloch has helped facilitate this change by working with county elections officials to make the voting process more convenient for voters and more manageable for local election officials. McCulloch has been a tireless advocate for voter registration and education.
The former elementary school librarian and two-term state superintendent of public instruction boasts perfect attendance at State Land Board meetings where she has supported wind, coal and timber projects over the past 11 ½ years.
Let’s keep McCulloch fighting for fair, honest, open and accurate elections for all eligible Montana voters.