Denny Rehberg

Tester Or Rehberg, Who Has Your Vote For Senator? (POLL)
One of the most looked after 2012 Senate races is the one right here in Montana. United States Senator and Democrat Jon Tester has reported raising $3.8 million in 2011 for the campaign. Republican United States Congressman Denny Rehberg funding totals weren't available as of today, but he figu…
Candidates Throw Their Hats in the Ring
Today (January 12) marks the first day that Montana candidates can offically sign up to get their names on the ballot for the next election cycle. Among the candidates gathering in Helena today is Denny Rehberg who will be challenging Senator John Tester for his U.S. Senate seat
Senate Race Heats Up
Montanans should have extra motivation to hit the polls in November, as the 2012 election cycle could be the most important one the state has seen in years.
Rehberg on Endangered Species Act
The Endangered Species Act, passed in 1973, has expanded to nearly 600 animals, fish, corals and crustaceans in America according to the U. S. Fish and wildlife service. The act has been criticized as being a tool of environmental groups to shut down or inhibit businesses, industry and agriculture. …
Quake Hits DC, Denny Rehberg’s Office
An earthquare shook the Washington D. C. area this morning, causing the Capitol and the Pentagon to be evacuated briefly. Congressman Denny Rehberg's Office sent a picture of some of the damage to his air conditioning grate that fell on the floor.
Aerial & Ground Tour of Yellowstone Pipeline Cleanup
 Congressman, Denny Rehberg, and Representative Bill Shuster (R-PA), Chairman of the Transportation Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines & Hazardous Material, will take a helicopter and ground tour of the area around the Yellowstone Pipeline spill, and meet with local government, environment, an…
Congressman Rehberg Extends Invitation To Pipeline Safety Hearing
Congressman, Denny Rehberg, has sent a letter to the Transportation Committee asking them to invite Montana’s Senators, Max Baucus and Jon Tester, to participate in a pipeline safety hearing on the ExxonMobil pipeline spill in the Yellowstone River.  In the letter to the full-committee chairman Joh…

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