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Election 2012 — President Obama Has the Support of Smartphone Users

Many national polls show President Obama and his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, essentially tied in the upcoming race for the White House. But according to a new survey, there’s at least one segment of the population Obama has mostly locked up: smartphone users.

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Hill Keeps Pace With Bullock in Latest Fundraising

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Former Republican congressman Rick Hill is pacing Democratic Attorney General Steve Bullock in the latest fundraising reports.

Both candidates hauled in a little more than $50,000 in a short fundraising period that covered about two weeks

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Democrat Wilmer Replaces State House Candidate

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — State Rep. Franke Wilmer of Bozeman has a chance to return to the state Legislature after losing June's Democratic congressional primary.

The crowded primary was won by Kim Gillan of Billings

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Democratic Incumbent Loses House Seat in Recount

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A recount confirms no change in an incumbent's loss in June's House District 32 primary election.

Tony Belcourt of Box Elder lost by three votes to challenger Clarena Brockie of Harlem

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Political Extremists May Sound Mad, But They’re Actually Happier Than Moderates

While political extremists may froth at the mouth and march around in a huff, research suggests that they are actually happier than those who take more moderate political views.

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Morgan Freeman Says Barack Obama Isn’t America’s First Black President

Thanks to his support of civil rights, Bill Clinton has been wryly dubbed by some as “America’s first black president.” But chances are good Morgan Freeman disagrees with that — in fact, he says even Barack Obama doesn’t qualify for the title.

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Rehberg Blames Housing Bust on Federal Government

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — One of U.S. Rep. Denny Rehberg's talking points on the campaign trail has been to blame the federal government for the housing crash — even though the Republican himself once supported federal down payment assistance for low-income borrowers

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Highway Bill to Become Law [VIDEO]

Highway bill to become law

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CNN and Fox News Botch Report on Supreme Court Health Care Mandate

Sometimes, even the most diligent news network can make a mistake. But when two networks botch a report only minutes apart? Well, that qualifies as news itself.

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Watch Obama ‘Sing’ Justin Bieber’s ‘Boyfriend’

During an appearance on ‘David Letterman’ last week, Justin Bieber wouldn’t say if he would vote for Barack Obama or Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential election. (Of course, he doesn’t actually get to make that decision, as the 18-year old is a citizen of Canada and not the United States.)

Nevertheless, one of the two candidates is still working hard to nail down Bieber’s endorsement. Watch Barack Obama “sing” the pop sensation’s hit ‘Boyfriend.’

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