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|Former candidate for|
|Montana House of Representatives, District 60|
|High school||Harlowton High School|
|Bachelor's||Montana State University|
|Master's||Montana State University|
Fochs' website highlighted the following campaign themes:
We need to push for environmentally responsible development of our natural resources to meet energy demands. Electricity usage is projected to be up by 35% by the year 2030 and today almost 50% of America's electricity comes from coal. We can't afford to overlook that! Let's find a clean efficient way to make coal environmentally sound and meet this challenging demand. Let's continue to expand on our renewable energy like wind, nuclear, and solar and also explore innovative technologies such as fuel cells and energy development still in its infancy. But let's not give up on the effective use of current resources such as hydroelectric, oil, gas, ethanol and coal. Exploration of new types of energy is a challenge but let's use American ingenuity that will allow us to effectively and efficiently develop our natural resources. Why do we export jobs with our coal and import pollution from other countries. By investing more in research, training skilled energy professionals and abandoning the red tape of continuous litigation over permitting for new development we can meet energy demands. By finding clean and effective ways of burning coal we can make Montana's economy stronger. I support the use of all current energy alternatives and hope the future of energy development in Montana will help us become a leader in providing energy to our nation, and leading the way to American energy independence. Montana's economy depends on our ability to use our natural resources wisely. Let's develop our existing resources using good management practices and appropriate environmental stewardship to build that economy.
Elections for the office of Montana House of Representatives took place in 2014. A primary election took place on June 3, 2014, and a general election took place on November 4, 2014. The signature-filing deadline for candidates wishing to run in this election was March 10, 2014; minor party and independent candidates had until June 2, 2014, to file. District 62 incumbent Reilly Neill was unopposed in the Democratic primary. Debra Lamm defeated Kevin Fochs in the Republican primary. Lamm defeated Neill in the general election. Incumbent David Howard (R) ran for District 29 of the Montana State Senate.
|Montana House of Representatives, District 60 General Election, 2014|
|Democratic||Reilly Neill Incumbent||48.3%||1,894|
|Montana House of Representatives, District 60 Republican Primary, 2014|
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- Official campaign website
- Kevin Fochs on Facebook
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
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- Montana Secretary of State, "2014 Candidate Filing List: Legislative," accessed April 11, 2014
- Fochs for H.D. 60, "On the Issues," accessed May 21, 2014
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- Montana Secretary of State, "2014 Candidate Filing List: Legislative," accessed October 29, 2014
- Montana Secretary of State, "2014 Statewide Primary Election Canvass," accessed June 30, 2014
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