Aaron Flint is the host of the popular statewide talk radio show “Voices of Montana.” In addition, he serves as the editor of a daily online news and commentary called "The Flint Report," which has been recognized by The Washington Post as one of "the best state-based political blogs." Aaron has also been listed by The Washington Post as one of "the best state based political reporters." His work has been featured nationally by the Fox Business Network, The Drudge Report, Huffington Post, Politico, CQ Roll Call, and others.
Recently, Aaron was listed as one of the "Best and Brightest: 40 Under Forty" by The Billings Gazette. He also serves as a board member for The Greater Montana Foundation.
As an officer in Montana’s Army National Guard, Aaron served three military tours overseas, in 2005-06 as an Infantry Platoon Leader in Ramadi, Iraq, and later in 2008-09 as an embedded advisor with the Afghan National Police at COP Wilderness in Afghanistan. Most recently, he deployed to the Horn of Africa.
He has deep Montana roots, since his father’s family homesteaded near Flathead Lake, and his mother’s family goes back four generations in Glasgow. While in fourth grade Aaron recalls stuffing newspapers for The Glasgow Courier, which for years was published and edited by his grandparents, Ron and Joan Helland.
Flint’s journalistic experience began as a journalism student at Howard University. He later received a BA degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Montana where he served as President of the Associated Students. He also worked for two years as a Policy Advisor on the Washington staff of U.S. Senator Conrad Burns. Flint’s broadcast career includes student work that aired on Montana Public Radio, a runner for the NBC News "Today" show at the 2004 National Political Conventions, an internship through The Washington Center for Politics and Journalism with Bloomberg TV and Radio in Washington, DC, and as Executive Producer and Reporter with KTVQ-2 Television (CBS) in Billings.
Flint enjoys combining his real world background and Montana roots, with a love for journalism, saying, “Every day, I hope to take a wide range of experiences to show audiences the bigger picture, or to give them a side of the story they won’t get anywhere else”. He also serves as a trustee on the board for The Greater Montana Foundation.
Aaron and his wife Jessica have two young boys, and a girl born during his recent deployment overseas.