Libertarians at 6% in Montana Poll for U.S. Senate, U.S. House

Ballot Access News:

On July 23, Gravis Marketing released a poll for the Montana U.S. Senate and U.S. House races. The Senate results: Republican Steve Daines 45%, Democrat John Walsh 41%, Libertarian Roger Roots 6%, undecided 8%. The U.S. House results: Republican Ryan Zinke 47%, Democrat John Lewis 35%, Libertarian Mike Fellows 6%, undecided 12%.

See also:

Montana Poll from PPP Shows Libertarians Scoring 6-10% in Statewide Races/ (2012)

Democratic Group Buys Ads in Montana Supporting Libertarian Candidate (2012)

In Wibaux County, Montana, Gary Johnson Outpolls Obama (2012)

Mike Fellows Sets National LP Record in Montana, Considers Another Run for Office (2013)

LP Candidate Dan Cox Made Real Difference in 3-Way Race for U.S. Senate in Montana (2013)

Libertarian Party: Montana Supreme Court Blocks “Top-Two” Measure from 2014 Ballot

2 thoughts on “Libertarians at 6% in Montana Poll for U.S. Senate, U.S. House

  1. David

    It seems the numbers should be a little higher for those Libertarian candidates. In the Senate Race both Steve Daines and John Walsh have voted to increase the national debt. Daines claims to be a 5th generation Montanan even though he was born in California. On the House side moderate Ryan Zinke is just another John McCain, who’s been accused of waffling on the issues. Fellows is the true conservative in that race.

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