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ORLANDO, FL - MARCH 08: Ronnie Hawkins stands with other people during one of several 'Awake The State' events held around the state of Florida to protest the proposed budget cuts that Florida Governor Rick Scott wants to pass on March 8, 2011 in Orlando, Florida. Today marked the beginning of the Florida Legislative session in Tallahassee where the new Republican governor has pledged to cut taxes even as the state faces a budget deficit. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
ORLANDO, FL - MARCH 08: Ronnie Hawkins stands with other people during one of several 'Awake The State' events held around the state of Florida to protest the proposed budget cuts that Florida Governor Rick Scott wants to pass on March 8, 2011 in Orlando, Florida. Today marked the beginning of the Florida Legislative session in Tallahassee where the new Republican governor has pledged to cut taxes even as the state faces a budget deficit. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
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Does Money Buy Politics?

Are elections for sale? Is your candidate for sale? Is your vote for sale? Does money buy elections?

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Montana Republican Party Joins Lawsuit to Strike Down Open Primary System

Over the weekend, the Montana Republican Central Committee decided in an 83-43 vote to join a lawsuit that could strike down some Montana election laws.

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Montana Canvass of Election Results Finished, Two Races Face Potential Recount

Today Montana officials certified the elections with a statewide canvass.

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“The People of Montana Have Spoken and Their Voices Have Been Heard” – Steve Daines Gave Victory Speech After Defeating Democratic Candidate Amanda Curtis

As the final votes are counted, candidates can rest a little easier tonight, particularly Montana candidate Steve Daines who has locked in his title as United States senator.

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McDermott Wins Missoula Sheriff’s Race – Montana Headlines [YouTube]

Detective T.J. McDermott is the new sheriff-elect of Missoula County after beating write in candidate Josh Clark

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Montana Officials Accused of “Bias” and “Selective Enforcement” in Focusing on One Political Mailer but Not Others

After a controversial mailer triggered hundreds of complaints at the Montana Political Practices office for posing as an official "voter’s guide" from the Secretary of State’s office, a second mailer, sent by a group called the Montanan’s for Liberty and Justice has now come under scrutiny for some of the same reasons.

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Senator Jon Tester Praises Vote on his Constitutional Amendment Which Looks to Limit Spending in Elections

Senator Jon Tester is praising a recent vote on his Constitutional amendment that attempts to reduce "out-of-control" spending in elections.

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Missoula Mayor’s Budget is “Bloated” with “Handouts to Special Interests,” says City Councilman

On Wednesday, April 23, Missoula Mayor John Engen revealed his proposed budget for the city. The plan involves a 3.92 percent tax increase and a new tax district to fund police, firefighters and the courts, but not everyone is pleased with the plan.

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WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 2:: Joan Stallard (L) of Washington DC talks about the issue of the Supreme Court striking down the limit one can donate to political as Scott Dorn (R) of Washington DC looks on in front of the U.S. Supreme Court April 2, 2014, in Washington, DC. The Supreme Court struck down the limits on how much one person can donate overall to political campaigns. The limit to individual candiates is still $2,600 per candidate. ( Photo by Rod Lamkey/Getty Images)
WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 2:: Joan Stallard (L) of Washington DC talks about the issue of the Supreme Court striking down the limit one can donate to political as Scott Dorn (R) of Washington DC looks on in front of the U.S. Supreme Court April 2, 2014, in Washington, DC. The Supreme Court struck down the limits on how much one person can donate overall to political campaigns. The limit to individual candiates is still $2,600 per candidate. ( Photo by Rod Lamkey/Getty Images)
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Money In Politics: What Does It Buy?

Elections are more about emotion than issues. Which explains why negative campaigns are so effective.

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Montana Democrats React Negatively to SCOTUS Decision on Campaign Limits

Before the ink had dried on the Supreme Court's 5 - 4 McCutcheon v. Federal Election decision, Montana democrats came out swinging on what will likely continue to be a hot political topic in 2014.

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