The US Senate race here in Montana could be a $300 million race, easily breaking records in Big Sky Country. The Left has already made it clear that they will be pouring money into Montana in order to try and keep liberal Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) in the Senate. Will the Montana Libertarian Party interfere in the race in order to help the Democrats?

For background, Navy SEAL veteran and aerial firefighter Tim Sheehy already earned several key endorsements to take on Tester as the Republican US Senate candidate in 2024. He's been endorsed by Montana Senator Steve Daines (R-MT), Gov. Greg Gianforte (R-MT), and Congressman Ryan Zinke (R-MT01)- among other conservatives.

As I wrote previously, Montana Democrats have been openly speculating about Dems crossing over to vote in the GOP primary in order to block Sheehy from facing off against Tester. You may recall how the Democrats put money behind a Libertarian candidate in order to siphon votes away from the Republican candidate taking on Tester back in 2012. Will the Montana Libertarian Party interfere in the Republican primary to try and help Tester once again?
The Montana Libertarian Party shared recently on Twitter that they will now be able to endorse candidates from other political parties.
Daoud told The Flathead Beacon: ‘We Might Just Vote for Tester Out of Spite.'
One of the biggest issues in 2024 is Tester's embrace of Joe Biden's policies and the wide open southern border. It's worth noting that on their own website, the Montana Libertarian Party basically endorses open borders. From their website: "Economic freedom demands the unrestricted movement of human as well as financial capital across national borders."
Will the Montana Libertarian Party interfere in Montana GOP politics in order to help Tester? We will soon find out.

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