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State Rep. Jenny Eck
Also state director for the June 7 primary (announced May 9, 2016). From Helena, first elected to the Montana House in 2012 representing District 82; following redistricting represents District 79. Program manager for Carol’s List, an organization working to elect more women in Montana. Worked as a consumer protection advocate at the Montana Attorney General’s Office, 2009-12. Secretary for the House Judiciary Committee. B.A. degree from Smith College.
Bozeman - 2005
Gilkerson Unit A
1001 S 24th St West. Suite 300
Great Falls -
13 6th St S
Helena - 11th
6th West Ave
Butte - 63 W
222 Main St.
Missoula - 345
W. Front St.
Chairman Jim Larson
(from early April 2014 following resignation of Nancy
Anderson; re-elected to two-year term on Aug. 15, 2015) Secretary
Treasurer of Teamsters Union Local 190 from June 30, 2012; business
representative from 1997; joined the union in 1988 as an employee of
United Parcel Service. Billings resident.
Vice Chair Jacquie Helt
Secretary Suzy Tarpey
Treasurer Mary Sexton
Executive Director Nancy Keenan
(April 2015) President of NARAL Pro-Choice
America, Dec. 2004-Feb. 2013. Education policy director for
People for the American Way, 2003-04. Candidate for Congress in
2000, losing to Denny Rehberg. Served three terms as Montana
Superintendent of Public Instruction, first elected in 1988.
Served in the Montana House of Representatives. Special education
teacher. Master's degree from University of Montana; undergraduate
degree in education from Montana State University; worked in the
Anaconda smelter. Born and raised in Anaconda.