Conrad Burns on Principles & Values
Former Republican Senator (MT, 1989-2007)
BURNS: There we go again - baseless allegations, drummed up in a negative campaign that started almost a year and a half ago. We’ve answered those questions. I know what negative campaigns are. What does [bringing up this issue] do for jobs in Montana? What’s it do for our learning institutions? It has nothing to do with it. Montanans have always been first in my office. I never shortchanged my state. Never. This is politics in its worst light.
TESTER: What Sen. Burns didn’t tell you is that he DID change his vote on the Marianas Island, on slave labor. And he did give a school to the richest tribe in the US. And he did give Jack Abramoff everything he wanted. You’ve cost Montana a lot.
BURNS: All baseless allegations and untruths. This is just a negative campaign and innuendo and that’s all he has to run on.
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Newly elected in 2008 & seated in 2009:
Newly appointed in 2009;
special election in 2010:
Announced retirement as of 2010:
Up for 6-year term in 2010:
(13 Democrats; 15 Republicans)
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