Listen: Montana, Senate, Senator Jon Tester discussed on Hugh Hewitt
"Dovers News Radio fourteen fifty W. I L M Wilmington. Welcome wilmington. I'm I'm sort of surrounding New Jersey. So we can get Bob Hubin over the top. And I'm doing my research before the show in late last night. Bob HOGAN is in the hunt. Here I think people have had it with Menendez. They really have and everything I read about it is just. Time for a change in New Jersey's going to make a change. And they don't care that you're going to Republican and Menendez is a democrat Menendez is a bad guy. Also early voting numbers are incredibly good for Republicans in Arizona system. Karl rove story yesterday. Early voting suggest the GOP has made gains in Arizona, Monday night, four hundred and sixty four thousand four hundred ninety one Republicans had voted compared with three hundred and fifty six thousand one hundred and six Democrats. Right. So that's ninety thousand two hundred and fifty two thousand eight hundred ten independence that represents a five point four percent swing to Republicans in a state that they carried by three point six percent points in two thousand sixteen. That's good news for Doug Ducey and Senate hopeful Martha mcsally, you bet it is. It's terrific news in Nevada. I'm looking at the. Las Vegas sun right now in Clark county, seventeen percent of registered voters cast early ballots in two thousand fourteen through October thirty first and they can vote until tonight in Clark county. And I hope you go out and got a big big station. They're more than twenty four percent had voted and it's a very tiny league. Usually the Democrats running for big lead nearly voting they bust their labor people there. It's forty one to thirty nine percent of ballots cast in Clark county are democrat Republican and Republicans have all day today to get their machine up and go and usually works on the last day. John Ralston is my guy the whole Graham, the pretends to be a reporter down there in Nevada. Good news there up in Montana. I gotta say I don't think I've ever seen a race like Montana. It's just not polled. People. Don't know how to pull Montana, right? They can't. They can't find the guys out on the Madison. With three float boats, and they don't know how to get them. And they don't answer their cell kogo pointed going fishing is not doing that. But here is a story from KIRO TV. News in Montana with less than a week until election day campaign spending by outside groups on Montana's. US Senate race has topped sit down thirty three million dollars easily breaking the old record for a Montana campaign. This year forty separate groups have reported spending money on behalf of either US Senator Jon tester, the democrat who opposed Neil Gorsuch and oppose Brett cabin. I at opposes Donald Trump and does not protect your second amendment rights, Montana. Versus Republican challenger Matt Rosendahl who would have voted for Gorsuch would vocabulary will vote for other Trump judges and does believe in the second amendment groups opposing tester or supporting Rosendahl are leading the way reporting that nearly twenty one million has been spent through two so do the math that means Twenty-one million spent on behalf of Rosen, Dale and twelve million on behalf of tester almost two to what that amount does not include the cost of a half dozen visits to the state by President Trump and vice president Pence to campaign on behalf Rosendahl one more coming up presents going back to Montana. So what you've got. There is just the national Republican senatorial committee has spent four point seven million club for growth is bet. One point two three million restoration pack, America's pack three point seven million Senate leadership fund three million America. First action the super Pac that Trump controls has spent two million. The Senate reform group has spent one point one four million. It's run by Tim done friend of mine. Great, man. Great man, wonderful, Texan, Tim, just terrific guy. Who believes that energy is freedom. And he's right. The fund which seeks to reform the crazy endangered species laws that Jon tester support has spent a million dollars supporting Rosendahl and the brothers have not been that active up there. They've only spent a half million dollars. But it's good. They know what they're doing. I'm telling you John testers in trouble. I'm also telling you Bob human is winning."