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May 03, 2012


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These polls are shams and simply not scientific or well researched. Not a single local poll from within MT has Miller in double digits. Furthermore, Hill is behind Lynch in several. PPP polls the insiders that make up less then ten percent of the likely primary voters. Watch, Hill will barely receive 15 percent of the primary vote.

To me this race is between Lynch and Hill. Maybe Stapleton will show. Miller doesn't have a chance nor should he. He has lost every debate he has been in, and looked a fool his entire political career.

I just wish PPP wasn't such a corrupt and baseless poll. Maybe the real truth would be brought out. That is that the GOP primary is still very much up for grabs.

Cathy Kaech

Bob Fanning is what Montana needs...so does Oregon, where I am from.


Pat's predictive skills were amazing, weren't they?!

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