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Montana voters will decide Tuesday the Democratic nominee in the campaign for U.S. House. Democrats see the open seat as their best chance in years of retaking Montana's only seat in Congress. Here are five things to know about the primary:
Nearly 20 Democratic candidates stood in front of the stump at one of South Carolina's oldest political gatherings Monday and made their case to voters. But unlike the Galivants Ferry Stump gatherings from generations ago, almost every one of them will be the underdogs in their races in November.
A newly formed political-action committee called Big Sky Freedom Fund already has spent more than $74,000 to support one candidate in the five-person Republican primary for Montana's open U.S. House race.
Candidates who were nominated and endorsed Saturday at the North Dakota Republican Party convention in Minot:
Republicans who used gerrymandering and geography to hold onto a majority in the U.S. House in 2012 despite widespread losses got help from an unlikely source: Pennsylvania Democrats.
Georgia is undoubtedly a conservative-leaning state.
Elements of the Republican Party remain divided and distrustful of one another despite the yearlong effort by the Republican National Committee to unify competing factions, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum said in Iowa Wednesday.
Fargo banker and Democratic state Sen. George B. Sinner says he will seek his party's endorsement to run for the U.S. House.