State Auditor John Morrison said he is running for re-election because he wants to help Montanans.
"I want to continue to stand up for Montana consumers and promote small business," he said in an interview in Havre this week.
Morrison, who was elected auditor and commissioner of investments and insurance in 2000, is running unopposed in the primary. He will face Sen. Duane Grimes, R-Clancy, in November's general election.
State auditor is Morrison's first elected position, although he has other political experience. The native of Flathead Valley worked for U.S. Sen. John Melcher, D-Mont., f...