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Steve Daines, a fifth-generation Montanan, is a proven leader and job creator. His vision and ability powered a flourishing technology company in Montana:

One of the highest compliments I’ve ever received was from a grandmother who said, “thank you for creating jobs in Montana for my kids, so that I don’t have to go to California now to see my grandkids.”
You can learn more about Daines in our "Six in '14" web series. Watch the trailer above, and see the full video here.

Watch his family and friends describe his Montana roots and brilliant business mind.

Learn more about Daines’ campaign here.

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Tim Cameron | October 20, 2014 |
In a new ad, above, Daines touts Montana’s rich heritage and devotion to public lands:

Steve Daines is a fifth-generation Montanan and proud sportsmen with an A+ rating from the NRA. Daines understands how important hunting, fishing, and the outdoors are to Montana’s heritage. In Congress, Daines is fighting to increase our access to public lands, and he passed bipartisan legislation to protect pristine areas around Glacier National Park.
In the Senate, Daines will make Montanans proud. To learn more about Steve and his campaign, click here.

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Tim Cameron | October 20, 2014 |

Don't think Ebola poses a political problem for Democrats? Think again. Don't take our word for it, though. Jim Manley, Harry Reid's former top communications advisor, said that the administration's handling of Ebola "is feeding into the Republican narrative that Democrats don't know how to govern and government is too large."

On that note, check out what Politico is reporting this morning about voter confidence in the Obama administration:

Voters who intend to support Republicans in the most consequential Senate and House elections this November had significantly less confidence in the federal government’s response to the occurrence of Ebola, according to a new POLITICO poll.
On Friday, President Obama named partisan lobbyist Ron Klain as the administration’s point man on Ebola. National Review's Andrew McCarthy explains why this is a curious move:

Ron Klain is a sharp-elbowed Democratic political operative with no medical expertise. Tapping him as "Ebola czar" may not be the president’s best move when, as it is, no one can believe a word the Obama administration says. And that’s not just because Mr. Klain is yet another lobbyist recruited despite Mr. Obama’s vow that his administration would shun lobbyists.
President Obama's choice of Ron Klain is indefensible — which is why zero Democratic senators or candidates have stepped up to defend it. Republicans on the ballot offered a sharp contrast:

Thom Tillis:

It’s astounding that President Obama appointed a political operative as his Ebola czar instead of a qualified medical professional. President Obama is making it clear that he is more concerned about political optics than he is about addressing this crisis and keeping the American people safe. Sen. Hagan continues to lead from behind and has even praised President Obama and the CDC despite their countless errors in handling the spread of Ebola. America is in desperate need of competent leadership willing to cast politics aside to address the serious threats confronting our nation, and it is becoming increasingly evident that we will never find that leadership from President Obama or Sen. Hagan.
Joni Ernst:

The Obama Administration needs to get serious about Ebola, but instead the President appointed a political operative as his czar. This is a serious public health crisis for America, not a political problem for the White House. If the President does not have confidence in his team, he should appoint public health experts who have the expertise and credibility to stop Ebola’s spread. The Obama Administration and Congressman Braley continue to be too reactive instead of proactive when it comes to Ebola.
Bill Cassidy:

By appointing a Democrat political operative as the "Ebola czar," it is clear that the President sees Ebola as a political crisis and not a health crisis. As a doctor who has worked in public health programs in the U.S. and hospitals in Africa, we need someone with extensive health care experience in dealing with this public health crisis. Being Joe Biden and Al Gore’s Chief of Staff does not qualify him for this position.
Will a single Democratic senator or candidate support President Obama's choice of Ron Klain as Ebola Czar?

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Tim Cameron | October 20, 2014 |

It hasn’t been a very happy Friday for New Hampshire Democrat Jeanne Shaheen. For starters, the Cook Political Report moved the race to “Toss Up”. Jennifer Duffy noted “Polls show the race closing to low- to mid-single digits.”

Then, in an incredibly uncomfortable interview with WGIR, Shaheen revealed that her support for ObamaCare is a big problem for her re-elect. Asked why ObamaCare is missing from her paid advertising, Shaheen struggled before finally admitting that her paid advertising is for things she has done for the state. “We try and look at what’s going to be the most effective…”

In other words, in a matter of 45 seconds, Jeanne Shaheen admitted that her vote for ObamaCare will hurt her chances of re-election. WHOOPS!

Listen to the audio here.

Brook Hougesen | October 17, 2014 |
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