January 19, 2012 •
Steps down after staff accusations.
Montana Commissioner of Political Practices Dave Gallik has resigned his job after his staff accused him of using state resources for private law practice.
For the full story read:
“Staff says ethics commissioner not ethical” by The Associated Press in the Billings Gazette.
“Montana’s Commissioner of Political Practices resigns” by John S. Adams in the Great Falls Tribune.
“Top Montana Ethics Leader Resigns Amid Allegations” by Caroline Cournoyer on Governing.com.
Photo of Dave Gallik courtesy of the Montana Legislature website.
May 25, 2011 •
The appointment requires Senate confirmation.
Governor Brian Schweitzer has appointed Dave Gallik to serve as Montana’s Commissioner of Political Practices.
Gallik previously worked as Staff Attorney for the Montana State Insurance Commissioner and served for several years in the Montana House of Representatives.
The Commissioner of Political Practices is appointed to serve one six-year term and requires Senate confirmation.
Photo of the Montana State Capitol courtesy of Galaksiafervojo on Wikipedia.
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