Lieutenant Governor of Montana is an official in the state of Montana that ranks just below the Governor of Montana. List of Lieutenant Governors [edit ] Parties Democratic Republican John E. Rickards, Republican, (1889-1893) Alexander Campbell Botkin, Republican, (1893-1897) Archibald E. Spriggs (1897-1901) Frank G. Higgins (1901-1905) Edwin L. Norris, Democrat, (1905-1908) Benjamin F. White, Republican, (1908-1909) (acting) William R. Allen (1909-1913) W.W. McDowell (1913-1921) Nelson Story, Jr. (1921-1925) W.S. McCormack (1925-1929) Frank A. Hazelbacker (1929-1933) Frank Henry Cooney, Democrat, (1933) Tom Kane (1933) (acting) Ernest T. Eaton (1934) (acting) Elmer Holt (1935) (acting) William P. Pilgeram (1935-1937) (acting) Hugh R. Adair (1937-1941) Ernest T. Eaton (1941-1949) Paul Cannon, Democrat, (1949-1953) George M. Gosman, Republican, (1953-1957) Paul Cannon, Democrat, (1957-1961) Tim M. Babcock, Republican, (1961-1962) David F. James (1962-1965) (acting) Ted James, Republican, (1965-1969) Thomas Lee Judge, Democrat, (1969-1973) Bill Christiansen, Democrat, (1973-1977) Ted Schwinden, Democrat, (1977-1981) George Turman, Democrat, (1981–1989) Allen Kolstad, Republican, (1989–1991) Denny Rehberg, Republican, (1991-1997) Judy Martz, Republican, (1997-2001) Karl Ohs, Republican, (2001-2005) John Bohlinger, Republican, (2005-2013) John Walsh, Democrat, (2013-2014) Angela McLean, Democrat, (2014-present) Living former lieutenant governors [edit ]
As of August 2014
Tim M. Babcock (1961–1962, born 1919). The most recent death of a former lieutenant governor was that of George Turman (1981–1989), on December 9, 2008.
, six former lieutenant governors were alive, the oldest being