GOP Slams Obama's 'War on Coal'

Saturday Rep. Steve Daines (R-MT) used the Republican weekly address to call out President Barack Obama for his “war on coal.” Daines is running against Sen. John Walsh (D-MT) who earlier this week was accused of plagiarizing a large portion

GOP Slams Obama's 'War on Coal'

GOP Boosts Libertarian 'Spoiler' in Montana

Most political handicappers of Senate races this fall generally assume that the GOP will capture the seat of former-Sen. Max Baucus (D-MT). Cook Political Report ranks the race as “Lean GOP,” a relatively bullish indicator. A new poll from liberal

GOP Boosts Libertarian 'Spoiler' in Montana

Senate Majority Could Rest on the Fate of the Sage Grouse

DENVER (AP) — An obscure, chicken-sized bird best known for its mating dance could help determine whether Democrats or Republicans control the U.S. Senate in November. The federal government is considering listing the greater sage grouse as an endangered species

Senate Majority Could Rest on the Fate of the Sage Grouse

En Route To China, Baucus Cuts Fat Check To DSCC

Just before waiving bon voyage to America, Former-Sen. Max Baucus cut a fat check to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. Baucus donated $475,000 to the DSCC Jan. 31, three days after he admitted in his Senate confirmation hearing he is

En Route To China, Baucus Cuts Fat Check To DSCC

Top Dem Recruit Bows Out of MT Senate Race

Former MT Gov. Brian Schweitzer dealt a serious blow to Democrats’ 2014 hopes by announcing on Saturday that he wouldn’t run in the race to replace retiring Dem Sen. Max Baucus. Schweitzer, a popular two-term governor, was seen by national

Top Dem Recruit Bows Out of MT Senate Race