Ryan Zinke

Zinke, who is now running for Congress, was plagued by scandals during his time in the administration, but the Department of Justice declined to prosecute him.
His Democratic opponent, Monica Tranel, has asked the U.S. attorney’s office in Montana to launch an investigation.
After a major population recovery, the Yellowstone grizzly bear will be removed from the endangered species list. But they might wish they stayed on it.
Widely considered the front-runner, the former congressman and Trump official actually barely eked out a victory in a new Montana district's GOP primary.
The scandal-plagued Trump official has molted the last of his moderate feathers and is campaigning on a pledge to restore fossil fuel "energy dominance."
The former Interior Department chief remained directly involved in a Montana real estate project after joining the Trump administration.
The interior secretary is taking an inclusive approach — in notable contrast to her Trump-era predecessors.
The painting features the former interior secretary riding a horse through Bears Ears National Monument shortly before he and Trump trashed the protected site.
The Trump administration has worked to weaken safeguards for nearly 35 million acres — nearly 1,000 times more than it's protected.
“I can’t think of a better place for it to go than a place I helped found where kids can go and sled," the former interior secretary said.