Missoulian- Montana Democrats, who haven’t captured a majority in both houses of the Legislature in more than two decades, have stepped up their legislative campaign efforts and started earlier to prepare for the 2014 elections.
The popular former governor had been widely expected to run since Sen. Max Baucus (D) announced his retirement.
A vast network of grassroots supporters is what carried Barack Obama to the White House in 2008, and that same kind of activism is exactly what the DGA needs to help elect Democratic governors in 2012.
Pearl Jam is coming to Missoula on September 30th for their ONLY non-festival appearance this year. And we’d like to give you a once-in-a-lifetime way to be a part of it with our Best Seats in the World sweepstakes.
Not only could you get a chance to meet Jon and the band before the show, you could get to watch the entire performance from right on the stage (the first time the band has done this EVER).
And you’ll even get the chance to have dinner with Jon and band member Jeff Ament the night before.
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- Obama to Host Brazil’s Rousseff Monday “President Barack Obama is scheduled to meet with Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff at the White House on Monday, several days before both leaders go to Colombia for the Summit of the Americas.”[Voice of America]
- Recall fight grips Wisconsin: “The battle for Wisconsin has begun, again. Come June, for one of the few times in U.S. history, a sitting governor will be subject to a recall election forced by an extraordinary grass-roots petition campaign that mustered more than 900,000 voter signatures demanding his ouster.” [Star Tribune]
- Seven Democrats Running In Montana’s U.S. House Primary: ”Talk to any of the seven Democratic candidates running for Montana’s open U.S. House seat, and they’ll often say the same thing about their chances: It’s a wide-open race, and anyone could win it.” [The Missoulian]
- Latinos For Obama Urges Hispanics To Host House Meetings To Discuss Election, Issues [Hispanic Business]