Marty Livingston, the Democratic candidate for House District 63, won’t be running in the November general election.

On Wednesday, Livingston announced she is withdrawing because of a family matter.

Gallatin County Democratic Central Committee Chairman Billy McWilliams said other Democrats have shown interest in running.

The committee will schedule a special meeting of local Democrats to nominate a new candidate for the district, which covers most of Bozeman’s southern and southeastern neighborhoods.

Under state law, a local political party may nominate a new candidate if the existing candidate withdraws at least 85 days before the general election.

Local and state officials have been advised of the withdrawal, McWilliams said.

The selected replacement will appear on the November ballot opposite Republican Tom Burnett and Libertarian Timothy Adams.

In the primary, Livingston garnered 1,171 votes, and Burnett received 1,448.