Montana Politics

Two Percent of the Precints In


Update 12: The AP Finally Calls It

Update 11: Tester Victory Speech
In the spirit of being gracious, I’ll reserve comment on Morrison’s concession speech. However, it’s clear why the Jon Tester was the choice tonight. What a gracious, genuine speech.  Congratulations Jon, Bill, and Andy, and the rest of the staff–what a remarkable job!

Update 10:


Update 9

With 403 precints in:
Tester: 61.74%
Morrison: 35.38%

Update 8

Cascade County is going to have to ‘restart’ the absentee ballots…and then run all the ballots again.

Update 7
Most amazing stat of the night.

With almost half the precints in, Tester? 33,112 Burns? 30,719

Update 6
With 342 of 867 precints in:
Tester: 61.87%
Morrison: 35.58%

Update 5

With 312 of 867 precints in:
Tester: 29,847  62.5%
Morrison: 16,667  34.92%

Update 4

With 288 of 867 precints in:
Tester: 28,657  62.7%
Morrison: 15,932  34.86%

Update 3

With 149 of 867 precints in:

Tester 61%
Morrison 36%

Update 2

The Gazette seems to have the fastest media coverage.  With 88 of 867 precints in:

Tester: 65%
Morrison: 33%

U.S. Senate Dem – Primary


19 of 867 precincts – 2 percent

Jon Tester 4,779 – 63 percent

John Morrison 2,611 – 35 percent

Paul Richards 90 – 1 percent

Robert Candee 27 – 0 percent

Kenneth Marcure 26 – 0 percent

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Don Pogreba

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