John Vincent for PSC District #3
John Vincent has a tremendous career in public service. He spent 16 years in the Montana House, serving as Speaker of the House twice. He served on the Bozeman City Commission for four years, two as mayor. He was also a Gallatin County commissioner for six years.
Vincent has vowed that he would vigorously promote other “green,” clean, renewable energy sources like solar and geothermal power over increased coal development. He supports the Western Climate Initiative and would work to promote consensus on energy policy.
“We need a Montana energy partnership, an all-inclusive alliance of key players … working together to carve out an energy policy that will provide reliable, affordable and clean energy well into the future,” Vincent states.
He is running for the southwest Montana open seat vacated by Commissioner Bob Raney (D-Livingston) who decided not to run again. John will face Rep. Alan Olson (R-Roundup) in the Nov. 4 election.
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- District: Public Service Commission - District 3
- Party: Democrat
- Incumbent Status: Not Incumbent
- Term: 4 years
- MCV Scorecard Rating: n/a