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Jon Tester Wins Over Denny Rehberg in Montana’s 2012 U.S. Senate Race

Up-to-the-minute information on closely watched U.S. Senate race between Jon Tester and Denny Rehberg.

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Is Harry Reid Trying to Sway Montana’s Vote?

The mystery of an illegal pro-Dan Cox, anti-Denny Rehberg mailer that has been circulating through Montana is still unsolved, but more information is slowly leaking out.

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Following Montana’s Campaign Cash – a Guide

How to find where campaign money came from in Montana.

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New Anti-Rehberg, Pro-Cox Ads Have Suspicious Origins

A slate of new ads targeting Denny Rehberg on a variety of issues and supporting Dan Cox appear to have almost no connection to the Libertarian party or Libertarian ideals.

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John Q Public Makes Street Corner Statement [AUDIO]

A middle-aged man, who identified himself only as 'John Q. Public, American taxpayer' holds a sign at the corner of Brooks and South Avenue to make a statement.

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Montana Supreme Court Candidate Judge Laurie McKinnon

Judge Laurie McKinnon on the Talk Back show!

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Romney vs. Obama Bailout Fact Check, Who Lied?

The most venomous interaction of the third Presidential debate was not on the topic of foreign policy, but on the GM bailout. Both candidates wanted the facts, here they are.

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Republicans Expect $500,000 Contribution to Stand

Republican officials expect $500,000 contribution to stand.

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The Second Presidential Debate in Review

The second presidential debate of 2012 is in the can and it will go down in history for being one of the feistiest presidential debates of all time.

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Montana’s Limitations on Minister’s Political Speech Overturned

The state has acknowledged that a century old law limiting the speech of clergy regarding candidates and ballot issues is unconstitutional.

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