Phew. That was starting to get embarrassing. At least twice on national TV, Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) refused to endorse his fellow Montana Democrat, Gov. Steve Bullock (D-MT), and his presidential run.
Make no mistake: this wasn't merely a rejection of former Commissioner of Political Practices Jon Motl, this was a rejection of Gov. Steve Bullock by the normally very liberal 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Despite President Trump racking up trade victories (US beef to Japan, USMCA), Tester is bailing on the president's tough trade tactics with China. Nonetheless, Tester said he is likely apply for his share of the farm aid pie for the farm he owns in Big Sandy.
Former Obama campaign manager Jim Messina, who was the longtime chief of staff to former Sen. Max Baucus (D-MT), spoke to Yellowstone County Democrats over the weekend. During an interview with KTQV's Zoe Zandora, Messina said he is staying out of the Democrat primary battle for president in 20…
After environmentalists in Bozeman successfully outbid a timber company to block a timber sale, Rep. Kerry White (R-Bozeman) and the Montana Legislature jumped into action. Somewhat surprisingly, Gov. Steve Bullock (D-MT) actually signed the bill into law.
The same day that Gov. Steve Bullock (D-MT) announced his run for president, the GOP unleashed an embarrassing clip of Bullock struggling to answer a basic question: "What have you been proudest to achieve as governor?"