"COVID starts fires and kills Christmas trees now? Holey moley." That was one reaction to the news that Montana won't have a Christmas tree in the state capitol in Helena this year. Another commenter called it Bullock's "final little FU on the way out the door."
When it comes to sexual assault allegations against a conservative nominee to the Supreme Court of the United States- #BelieveWomen. When it comes to sexual assault allegations against a Democrat- #BelieveMen.
Former MT GOP Chair Erik Iverson joined us to talk about the US Senate race in Montana, and the Montana connection with a Super Tuesday victory in Alabama. Hint: it involves manure, ice, and Montana State University.
Did Chuck Schumer force Bullock to run, or has Bullock been lying this entire time?
Those are the basic questions Montanans are asking, as reports from The New York Times and Politico suggest that liberal Governor Steve Bullock (D-MT) is about to jump in to the US Senate race, challenging the popular incumbent Senator Steve Daines (R-MT)...
He could've taken an easy shot at liberal Governor Steve Bullock (D-MT), who just ended his long-shot presidential campaign early Monday morning. Instead, Senator Steve Daines (R-MT) was very gracious when asked for his reaction to the news.
Last week Governor Steve Bullock was mocked as the "out of towner" governor. This week, he's calling it quits. Bullock is officially ending his presidential race. And he's not running for the US Senate either. (According to a spokesperson at least)