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Zinke, Daines Take Early Lead: 2014 Montana Election Results for Senate and House of Representatives

Election results for Montana's big 2014 races for U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. The results are as follows after counting the first 52,000 or so votes:
U.S. Senate Initial Results

  • Steve Daines (R) 56.30%
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Political Practices Commissioner Responds to Accusations of “Expanded” In-Kind Contribution Laws

Today, October 15, Attorney Milt Datsopoulos accused Political Practices Commissioner Jonathan Motl of expanding Montana’s political Practices laws to include things that had not previously been violations. Motl says that this accusation is partly true, but that there is precedent.

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Black Police Precinct And Courthouse Museum Recalls Miami's Segregated Past
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Campaign Commissioner Decision Goes Against McDermott – News Headlines [YouTube]

Political Campaign Commissioner Jonathan Motl ruled yesterday that Missoula County Sheriff's candidate T.J. McDermott violated campaign rules by accepting in-kind donations and services from a local law firm without disclosing them.

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State Democrats Choose Amanda Curtis to Face Steve Daines in Senate Race [AUDIO]

The Montana Democratic Party chose Butte schoolteacher, and first-term state legislator Amanda Curtis on Saturday morning as their candidate for the U.S. Senate.

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‘I Did Not Try To Deceive Anybody At All,’ Senator Walsh On Plagiarism Scandal [AUDIO]

When asked directly, 'Did you knowingly plagiarize any author or any idea,' Walsh answered,'I did not try to deceive anybody at all.'

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Lawsuit by Senate Candidate Claims Montana Disclosure Rule Infringes on Free Speech

Former Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate, Dan Cox is starting a class action lawsuit against the Montana Judicial Standards Commission.

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UPDATE – Democrats Pabst and McDermott Win Primaries [VIDEO] [AUDIO]

As of 2:30 a.m. primary election results have Democrats Kirsten Pabst winning the Missoula County Attorney race, and Detective T.J. McDermott defeating the other two Democrats, Josh Clark and Bob Parcell in the race for sheriff. 

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Democrat? Republican?
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Conservative Groups Advocate Missoula Ballot Switch

Multiple conservative groups in Missoula are urging traditional republicans to vote for democratic candidates in the primary.

"Local government is what affects people's day-to-day lives the most," saud Garrett Van Hoose from the Individual Liberty Restoration League

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Party Chair Urges Missoulia Republicans Not to Switch Primary Ballots

Republicans in Missoula County may be considering switching ballots and voting in the democratic primary because so many local races have no republican candidates, but Republican Party Chairman and Missoula county resident Will Deschamps says republicans should keep to their own primary

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Group – Dark Money Contributions to Liberal Groups Dwarf Those to Conservatives [AUDIO]

So-called "dark money" has benefited liberal and progressive causes by a factor of nearly 10 to one over conservative causes and candidates over the last two years.

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