Too many government regulations.
The need for more staff.
The hassle all this creates.
With those kinds of problems it's no surprise we have this mess.
What will be surprising is if we can get out of it. We know the GOP-controlled legislature won't pass Bullock's Early Edge, let along an expanded program.
So this problem will persist. It's just another reason why so many families, and thus businesses, choose not to come to Montana.
Steve if you are west or southwest of town (but not in the ocean)I will happily deliver. Please advise.
175 feet of coax is keeping a LPFM off the air. So close, but so far away. I have about 200 feet of 7/8 coax I keep kicking and cussing at. If I was closer to Missoula, I would donate it to the cause.
What exactly does "'revamped and retooled' her campaign accordingly." mean?
We know money won't allow her to win - she raised $38,000 to Bob Lake's $26,000 in the 2012 race.
This year she has about $2,300 in the bank, according to her last report. Lake has $2,900.
Besides a lot of radio ads and mailers, I don't see what Gutsche is doing with that money.
So...what's the strategy to win this year? I saw more Gutsche signs during the primary than I do now.
I'm not feeling confident of a win here. With lower turnout because of no Bernie on the ticket, gosh, I'll be surprised if Dems wins this.
Would have been good to mention Cassidy Tucker, the photographer.
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