Montana Politics

Where is Dennis?–Update


{mosimage}A quick update on the Where is Dennis? project:

  • I have personally made six calls in the past five days. I have been told that I will receive a callback or an e-mail five times. No calls have been returned, no e-mails have been received. Each time, however, the person at the office has demanded my name.
  • Today, when I called Dennis's toll free number, I was told by the very friendly woman who answered the phone that she "had been instructed not to give that information." When I read the quote by Rehberg's press flack Bridger Pierce to her, she told me "that quotation was in error." When I asked if the newspaper had been contacted to correct the error, she informed me that she believed it had not been contacted.

Let's keep the pressure on here. Rehberg told a reporter something that sounded like the truth, knowing he wouldn't have to keep his word. Who does Dennis work for? I (and you) deserve to know who he is meeting and how he is spending his time. It seems like he would be happy to share his schedule–unless there is something to hide.

Again, his toll free number is 1- 888-232-2626

If you've contacted the Rehberg offices and been rebuffed (or actually received a schedule) please let me know. 

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Don Pogreba

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