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Politics Week In Review
4:16 pm
Fri July 18, 2014

Montana Politics Week In Review

NorthWestern Energy Dam Buyback

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Montana Politics Week In Review
4:42 pm
Fri July 11, 2014

Clean Campaigns, A "Clean Platform" And Clean Coal

This week in Montana politics:

The A.P. reported that District Judge Jeffrey Sherlock rejected Sen. Art Wittich's attempt to dismiss campaign finance complaints filed against him. The ruling clears the way for the case against Wittich to proceed.

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Politics Week in Review
1:24 pm
Fri July 4, 2014

Contraceptives, Campaign Finance And Citizen Initiatives

Montana politicians and interest groups were divided along party lines over this week's U.S. Supreme Court decision concerning the Affordable Care Act's birth control coverage mandate. In the Hobby Lobby case, the Supreme Court ruled that closely-held private corporations do not have to provide birth control as mandated by the Affordable Care Act, if the corporations have religious objections to birth control.

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Montana News
11:23 am
Sat June 14, 2014

Watch the U.S. Senate and House Debates

The Montana Newspaper Association and MontanaPBS joined together to sponsor the first United States Senate and United States House of Representatives candidate debates of the political season.

The debates were held in the Library Auditorium at Montana Tech in Butte on Saturday, June 14, 2014.

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Primary Election Results
7:56 pm
Tue June 3, 2014

Primary Election Results

Primary election results for statewide offices and Missoula County races.

Last updated 10:50 a.m.  6/04/14.

U.S. Senate

677/693 precincts fully reporting. 16/693 precincts partially reporting.

Democrats
John Walsh....................... 48,380
John Bohlinger................. 17,106
Dirk Adams....................... 10,028

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Campaign Beat
3:05 pm
Fri May 30, 2014

Attack ads - and why you should vote

Chuck Johnson, Sally Mauk, Mike Dennison
Credit Eliza Wiley

Last minute attacks ads - and the importance of the primary races - dominate the discussion on this last spring election season installment of "Campaign Beat", our weekly political analysis program featuring Lee newspaper reporters Chuck Johnson and Mike Dennison, and News Director Sally Mauk...

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Campaign Beat
3:01 pm
Fri May 23, 2014

Rape, abortion and domestic violence dominate new Senate campaign ads

Chuck Johnson, Sally Mauk, Mike Dennison
Credit Eliza Wiley

New campaign ads in the U.S. Senate race feature women telling personal stories of rape and domestic violence  - and implying their candidate is the best choice for women. Those new ads, plus reaction to the new lawsuit seeking to overturn Montana's ban on same sex marriage, are the focus of this week's "Campaign Beat", with political analysis by Lee newspapers' reporters Chuck Johnson and Mike Dennison, and News Director Sally Mauk.

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U-S House race
3:21 pm
Mon May 19, 2014

House candidate Ryan Zinke says good leaders can change their minds

Ryan Zinke

Five Republicans are running to serve as Montana's next Representative in the U-S House.
    The race has highlighted a rift among four candidates who generally view themselves as being more consistently conservative than former Montana state senator, Ryan Zinke; an accusation denied by the 52-year-old Zinke.

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Campaign Beat
2:59 pm
Fri May 16, 2014

Have you noticed the tone of the campaign ads getting a little, um, nastier?

Chuck Johnson, Sally Mauk, Mike Dennison
Credit Eliza Wiley

The political ads and parries are increasing - and changing tone - as the June 3rd primary approaches.

In this edition of "Campaign Beat", our weekly political analysis program, News Director Sally Mauk talks with Lee newspapers' Capitol reporters Chuck Johnson and Mike Dennison about the rising campaign heat, especially in the high profile races.

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Campaign Beat
3:25 pm
Fri May 9, 2014

Sally, Chuck and Mike talk superPAC's, and campaign ad humor

Chuck Johnson, Sally Mauk, Mike Dennison
Credit Eliza Wiley

This week on "Campaign Beat", our weekly political analysis program,  News Director Sally Mauk talks with Lee newspapers Capitol reporters Chuck Johnson and Mike Dennison about the role of super PACS in the House Republican primary race, who's got the funniest campaign ads (so far), and how many times you can say "Obama" in a 30-second ad...

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