AP Casey Schreiner ends Montana gubernatorial campaign Feb 3, 2020 Feb 3, 2020 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Casey Schreiner (D) Montana Legislature Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Save HELENA, Mont. (AP) — House Minority Leader Casey Schreiner of Great Falls ended his campaign for the Democratic nomination for governor of Montana Monday, saying he does not have the resources to run a competitive campaign.Schreiner's campaign raised just over $15,000 in the final three months of 2019 and was left with just over $8,000 in the bank for the primary, campaign finance records show.“It's time for us all to get behind the candidate that has the best chance of winning and promoting our shared values come November,” Schreiner said in a video posted on his Facebook page. × Advertisement Schreiner is prevented by term limits from seeking re-election to the House and told The Associated Press he has “no immediate plans” to run for another office.Schreiner's withdrawal leaves Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney and businesswoman Whitney Williams as the two remaining Democrats running in the June 2 primary. Schreiner did not announce an endorsement.Cooney thanked Schreiner via Twitter, posting: “Your voice and energy on the campaign trail has lifted everyone up, and your fight for a fair shot for all Montana families will continue.” Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Save Tags General News Campaigns Elections Government And Politics State Governments State Elections Gubernatorial Elections Locations Montana United States North America Contact the Chronicle Send us your thoughts and feedback as a letter to the editor. Submit by email, by post to 2820 W. College St., Bozeman, MT 59718 or use our online form. What to read next News Tester talks uncertain health spending during Bozeman Health tour 48 min ago Crime and Courts Judge to consider trying 14-year-old as adult for West Yellowstone boy's death 5 hrs ago Yellowstone National Park Yellowstone dumps trailers, seeks to improve employee housing 14 hrs ago City Elected officials weigh in on growth plan for Four Corners area 19 hrs ago Crime and Courts Bomb squad examines inactive Bulgarian land mine at MSU Feb 18, 2020 News Another Bozeman candidate enters Democratic race for U.S. Senate Feb 18, 2020 What to read next News Tester talks uncertain health spending during Bozeman Health tour Crime and Courts Judge to consider trying 14-year-old as adult for West Yellowstone boy's death Yellowstone National Park Yellowstone dumps trailers, seeks to improve employee housing City Elected officials weigh in on growth plan for Four Corners area Crime and Courts Bomb squad examines inactive Bulgarian land mine at MSU News Another Bozeman candidate enters Democratic race for U.S. Senate Support quality local journalism. Become a subscriber.Subscribers get full, survey-free access to the Bozeman Daily Chronicle's award-winning coverage both on our website and in our e-edition, a digital replica of the print edition. Subscribe More from this section Montana Veterans Affairs clinics named after 2 WWII veterans Last updated: 2:30 p.m. Billings officer struck by car released from hospital Last updated: 2:17 p.m. Law enforcement panel rescinds sheriff's decertification Posted: 1:20 p.m. Montana regulators shield power company's coal contract Last updated: 1:18 p.m. NTEC reaches deal to pay taxes on Wyoming coal production Posted: 12:27 p.m.