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Jesse Laslovich

A line of people waiting to testify in support of removing balance billing for air ambulance rides in Montana.
Corin Cates-Carney

Montana lawmakers are trying to find a balance between the lifesaving air ambulance services, and the crippling debt those rides can bury patients in.

Corin Cates-Carney

Candidates in Montana's State Auditor race debated for the first time this election season during an event hosted by the Seeley Lake Community Council on Thursday. 

Democrat Jesse Laslovich and Republican Matt Rosendale challenged each other's ability to address rising healthcare costs, if elected as the state's top regulator of insurance and securities industries in Montana. 

The debate also featured statewide candidates in the contests for Superintendent of Public Instruction and an open seat on the Public Service Commission. 

Democrat Jesse Laslovich, left, and Republican Matt Rosendale, candidates for state auditor, at last night's candidate forum in Seeley Lake
Corin Cates-Carney

Candidates for three statewide offices debated in Seeley Lake last night, with Election Day just over a month away. It was the second debate in the town’s community hall in the last two weeks.

After a poor turnout by politicians and voters in the first debate night, event organizers expected the second round to bring in more of a crowd. But that wasn’t quite the case.

Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Matthew Rosendale.
Montana Legislature

We’re continuing our profiles of candidates in races for statewide office. Today, we’ll hear from Republican Matt Rosendale who’s running for state auditor. He spoke with our Capitol Reporter Corin Cates-Carney.

State auditor candidate Jesse Laslovich.
Courtesy Montanans for Laslovich

We’re continuing our profiles of candidates in races for statewide office. Today we’ll hear from Democrat Jesse Laslovich, who’s running for state auditor. He spoke with our Capitol Reporter Corin Cates-Carney.

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