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Kavulla outraises Ryan in PSC contest

 


GOP newcomer outraises ex-senator in PSC race

GREAT FALLS (AP) — A first-time Republican candidate for one of two Public Service Commission seats up for election has received more than double the campaign contributions of his Democratic opponent.

The Great Falls Tribune reports Travis Kavulla has raised more than $43,000 total during the campaign. Kavulla is a 26-year-old Fife-based writer and editor for the conservative magazine National Review.

His opponent, former Democratic state Sen. Don Ryan, has raised $18,000.

In the state's other PSC race, Democratic incumbent Ken Toole of Helena has outraised his Republican opponent, Helena attorney Bill Gallagher, by $79,000 to $36,400.

The five-member PSC regulates gas, electric and other public utilities in the state

GREAT FALLS (AP) — A first-time Republican candidate for one of two Public Service Commission seats up for election has received more than double the campaign contributions of his Democratic opponent.

The Great Falls Tribune reports Travis Kavulla has raised more than $43,000 total during the campaign. Kavulla is a 26-year-old Fife-based writer and editor for the conservative magazine National Review.

His opponent, former Democratic state Sen. Don Ryan, has raised $18,000.

In the state's other PSC race, Democratic incumbent Ken Toole of Helena has outraised his Republican opponent, Helena attorney Bill Gallagher, by $79,000 to $36,400.

The five-member PSC regulates gas, electric and other public utilities in the state

 

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