After his trip back to Washington, D.C. from the southern border, Montana Senator Steve Daines called in to the KGVO Montana Morning News show and told listeners how representatives from the Biden administration attempted to limit the 18 U.S. Senators from taking photos or videos on the southern bor…
The following is a direct transcription of Senator Steve Daines' comments as he was preparing to board a plane departing from the Rio Grande security zone and headed to McAllen, Texas just after 3:00 p.m. on Friday.
Montana Senator Steve Daines appeared on the Montana Morning News show on Thursday and spoke of the lawsuit filed by Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen and 20 other states to block President Biden’s cancellation of the Keystone XL Pipeline, which he called ‘virtue signaling’…
Montana Senator Steve Daines was on the Montana Morning News show on Wednesday to discuss a variety of topics, but at the top of the list was President Biden’s cancellation of the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Montana Senator Steve Daines issued a statement in response to the violence and deaths in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday in support of ending the protest over the election of Joe Biden, while U.S. Representative Matt Rosendale committed to continue his opposition to certification in certain states.
On Friday’s KGVO Talk Back talk show, Montana Republican Party Chairman Don Kaltschmidt celebrated what was termed the ‘red wave’ in victories for Republicans on the state ticket in Tuesday’s election.
On Election Day, KGVO spoke on the Newsmaker's line to two candidates up for election or reelection, incumbent Republican Senator Steve Daines and Democrat Raph Graybill, candidate for Attorney General.