What Is Dennis Doing?

Update: Rehberg has not posted his schedule for almost a month. So much for a promise. 


Montana's junior Senator Jon Tester believes that Montanas deserve to know what he is doing in Washington. As a result, he has become the first Senator to post his daily schedule online for review. Montana's member of the House, Dennis Rehberg has not posted his schedule. Despite declaring that he will not make his schedule available, Representative Rehberg's spokesman did promise that the schedule would be available to Montanans :

“Denny’s schedule has always been available,” said spokesman Bridger Pierce. “The public can always stop by any of our five offices, call our 1-800 number, and we can e-mail them or fax them a copy of our schedule.”

Well, so far, that doesn't seem to be the case. I and others have tried to get Mr. Rehberg's schedule without success. In the spirit of honest, open government, it's worth asking Mr. Rehberg to provide this information.

Let us know if you have any luck! 

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Washington, DC Office
516 Cannon House Office Bld.
Washington, DC, 20515
phone: (202) 225-3211
fax: (202) 225-5687
Helena District Office
950 North Montana Ave
Helena, MT 59601
phone: (406) 443-7878
fax: (406) 443-8890
Billings District Office
1201 Grand Avenue
Suite 1
Billings, MT 59102
phone: (406) 256-1019
fax: (406) 256-4934
Great Falls District Office
105 Smelter Ave. NE
Suite 16
Great Falls, MT 59404
phone: (406) 454-1066
fax: (406) 454-1130
Missoula District Office
218 East Main
Suite B
Missoula, MT 59802
phone: (406) 543-9550
fax: (406) 543-0663

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In the past few years, travel has become a priority, whether it's a road trip to some little town in Montana or a museum of culture in Ísafjörður, Iceland.

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