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Former Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke signals Montana House bid

Former Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke is again running for parliament in search of a House of Representatives seat in his hometown of Montana after the 2020 census, records show. Important Reason: Jinki held the only large parliamentary seat in Montana before joining the Trump administration. He left the interior in 2018 under an ethical cloud, but his famous ID and Republican authenticity could make him a formidable candidate. Stay up to date with the latest market trends and economic insights at Axios Markets. Free Subscription Overview: Jinke submitted a candidacy statement to the Federal Election Commission on Thursday and officially launched the House of Representatives. He also formed a new campaign committee, the Jinke for Congress, to compete for the Second Protectorate Parliament in Montana. When asked for immediate comment, the new campaign committee will use the same treasurer and bank that made the previous parliamentary bid. The words of his potential candidacy were first reported by Hill. It still exists. The task of drawing the line between the two parliamentary districts of Montana will be left to the nonpartisan constituency change committee later this year. Background: Former Navy Seal Jinke represented Montana in the House of Representatives for over two years before joining the Trump Cabinet. The administration, he joined the lobbying company Turnberry Solutions, which is run by a few veterans of the Trump campaign. Editor’s Note: This story has been updated to note the statement of Jinke’s candidacy with FEC. .. More from Axios: Sign up for the latest market trends at Axios Markets.Subscribe for free

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