By making speeches, accepting endorsements and traveling with state Democrats during the final week of the 2014 elections, former Democratic state senator and current Supreme Court Justice Mike Wheat may have violated the state’s Code of Judicial Conduct.
Perhaps the biggest surprise of Montana’s election results last week was the ease with which Republican U.S. House candidate Ryan Zinke dispatched his opponent, Democrat John Lewis. Despite strong establishment backing and a centrist campaign message, Lewis still lost by more than 15 points.
More questions are being raised about Montana Democratic Senate Candidate Amanda Curtis’ ties to the far left after a picture surface on social media that shows the candidate using a car with a socialist bumper sticker as a backdrop for a campaign event.
Nearly a month after being selected at a special convention as the Democratic nominee in Montana’s U.S. Senate race, State Rep. Amanda Curtis (D-Butte) has still not stated a position or even publicly discussed the ongoing crisis with the terrorist organization “the Islamic State” (or ISIS) in Iraq and Syria.
One of Montana’s most prominent pro-gun organizations, the Montana Shooting Sports Association (MSSA), is taking Democratic Montana U.S. Senate candidate and freshman State Rep. Amanda Curtis to task for her voting record on guns during her tenure in the state legislature.
Media Trackers dug through the video diaries and compiled notable quotes and statements by Curtis on issues important to Montanans. This time we focus on the expansion of Medicaid as part of Obamacare and her comments about America’s national debt.
Rasmussen Reports has released the first post Walsh poll of the Montana U.S. Senate race, and it shows that Democrats have a lot of work to do, with newly minted Democratic candidate State Rep. Amanda Curtis of Butte trailing Republican Congressman Steve Daines by 20 points.