Republican Greg Gianfonte has been declared the projected winner of the special House election in Montana.
After a closer than expected special election for a House seat in Kansas, and the Democrat in a tight special election race in Georgia, Republicans are warning that their party will begin to panic if Democrat Rob Quist wins the special election in Montana.
Thursday morning the DCCC's Independent Expenditure released a new round of digital ads with audio from Republican Greg Gianforte's violent assault on a Guardian reporter.
The Republican Party is showing its true face after Montana House special election candidate Greg Gianforte assaulted a reporter. Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA) said it is not appropriate for reporters to attack public officials unless the reporter deserved it.
Reporter assaulting Republican Montana House special election candidate Greg Gianforte canceled an interview scheduled for 5 PM today with NBC's Chuck Todd as he is too much of a coward to face the press and answer for his actions.
Republican Montana House special election candidate was driven to assault Ben Jacobs because the reporter asked him a question about the CBO score for Trumpcare. The American Health Care Act is already such a burden to Republicans that it is driving them to acts of physical violence.
Activist group MoveOn.org has announced a five-figure ad buy that will run through Election Day reminding voters that Republican Montana House special election candidate Greg Gianforte is unfit to serve after he assaulted a reporter.
Fox News reporters were filming a piece for the House special election in Montana when they witnessed Greg Gianforte assault journalist Ben Jacobs of The Guardian.
The Democrat said people shouldn't be afraid to call out Trump for his contributions to this type of behavior.
The GOP candidate decided that assaulting a reporter was a smarter strategy than defending his support of the Republican health care plan.