Primary prayers

Sakariassen, Alex
May 2010
Missoula Independent;5/27/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 21, p9
The article focuses on the candidacy of Republican Mark French for the U.S. House of Representatives of Montana. French says that the lack of passion for freedom by his contender Representative Denny Rehberg prompted his bid for candidacy. It says that unexpected people expressed support for French, including Lake County Republican Central Committee Chairman Brent Matson and his counterpart Ava Walters, and former Arizona sheriff Richard Mack.


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