We've been pretty busy -- tens of thousands of phone calls, piles of postcards, stood outside in the cold, stood outside in the cold again, met Sen. Daines at the airport, tried to meet him at the Capitol... Busy.
So busy that the state GOP is starting to sweat. So busy that the state GOP chairman sent out a letter opposing a GOP bill to have mail in ballots in the special election, even though that would save the taxpayers of Montana $750,000. Why? Because "All mail ballots give the Democrats an inherent advantage in close elections due to their ability to organize large numbers of unpaid college students and members of public employee unions to gather ballots by going door to door."
Here's the letter: Emergency Chairman's Report