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by Gov. Brian Schweitzer

Jag and Gov. Schweitzer

Help Jag and Gov. Schweitzer support Netroots Candidates by contributing. You might be the lucky recipient of a float trip with Jag and the Governor.

Support Netroots Candidates and one lucky contributor will win a float trip for two with Jag and Governor Brian Schweitzer. Jag is also giving away bolo ties to five other randomly selected contributors. Support Jag by contributing NOW to help Netroots Candidates win this Fall.

Float Trip Details:

Gov. Schweitzer and Jag will provide to a randomly selected contributor and their guest a one-day float trip on the Missouri River near Helena, Montana in the Spring of 2007.

The governor will provide travel from Helena to the river, lunch and appropriate floating gear. The lucky recipient and their guest will be responsible for travel to and from Helena, lodging during their stay and any required fishing licenses.

Other prizes include: 5 Bolo Ties awarded to 5 other randomly selected contributors. Be sure to include your email address so that we can contact you.

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Jon Tester


I support Jon Tester for U.S. Senate. Jon is Montana's best hope to end the culture of corruption in DC. Please join me in support of Jon Tester.

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Larry Grant


Larry Grant is an Idaho Democrat who calls John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., and former U.S. Sen. Frank Church his greatest influences. He is running for the open seat in Idaho’s 1st Congressional District. Although a Republican now holds the seat, Democrat Larry LaRocco held it from 1990 to 1994. Democrats can win in this district, which includes much of the fast-growing Boise metro area all the way north to the Canadian border.

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James Webb


Jim Webb is a decorated Marine, former Secretary of the Navy and Assistant Secretary of Defense, best-selling author and award-winning journalist.

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Gary Trauner


Gary Trauner, 47, is a husband, father, businessman, community volunteer, and elected official residing in Wilson, Wyoming. Sixteen years ago, he and his wife Terry chose Wyoming as the place they wanted to live and raise a family; they are now the proud parents of two young boys - ages 12 and 6.

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Joseph Sestak Jr


Born and raised in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, former Vice Admiral Joe Sestak served in the Navy for 31 years before returning home to run for Congress in the 7th District of Pennsylvania. He served as President Clinton’s Director for Defense Policy at the National Security Council in the White House, and holds a Ph.D. in Political Economy and Government from Harvard University.

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Linda Stender


Linda Stender has dedicated her life to public service. In her 20 years of service she has served as Councilwoman and Mayor of her hometown of Fanwood, then as Union County Freeholder. She currently is in her third term in the New Jersey General Assembly.

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Ned Lamont


Businessman Ned Lamont will face former legislator Alan Schlesinger and Senator Joe Lieberman, now running as an independent, in November. Lamont defeated Lieberman in the Democratic primary earning the Democratic nomination.

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Paul Hodes


Serving as an Assistant District Attorney from 1979 until 1982, Paul distinguished himself as an outstanding prosecutor. In those years he prosecuted homicides, white-collar crimes, and tried and won the state’s first criminal case against an environmental polluter.

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Larry Kissell


Larry Kissell in an educator, 27-year veteran of the local textile industry and lifelong resident of the eighth district. Kissell, a Wake Forest economics graduate, is the immediate past Chair of the Montgomery Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees, two-time past President of the Biscoe Lions Club and a life member and Deacon of the First Baptist Church. An avid cyclist, Kissell has logged over 33,500 miles since 1997. He and his wife Tina have two teenage daughters.

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John Courage


John Courage's name embodies what Texans in District 21 are looking for in their next congressman - the courage to insist that their mainstream values, and not just Tom DeLay's, be represented in Washington.

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Jay Fawcett


The son of a steelworker and a nurse, Jay Fawcett's early life was spent in Monongahela, Pennsylvania where he learned that hard work and dedication are the keys to success. Achieving the status of Eagle Scout and being an active member of Grace Lutheran Church, Jay gained an appreciation of being a part of his community. Service to America and Americans was and still is the underlining theme of the Fawcett family.

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Dan Seals


Dan Seals attended the University of Chicago, where he received an M.B.A. Upon graduation he joined Sprint, where he managed programs responsible for half a billion dollars of revenue annually. He now works for GE Commercial Finance, where he is the Director of Marketing for a real estate lending business.

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Patrick Murphy


Patrick Murphy is a young attorney who served in Iraq and was awarded the Bronze Star in February 2004. In Iraq, Captain Murphy advised on offensive operations, initiated reconstruction efforts within the justice system, trained the new Iraqi Civil Defense Corps on the rules of engagement and was instrumental in the prosecution of Sheik Moyad, a radical lieutenant of Muqtada Sadr.

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Eric Massa


Eric Massa was born into a U.S. Navy family. His father was a career Navy officer whose service eached back to the World War II era. Navy assignments situated the Massa family at both domestic and international locations. International assignments for the Massa family helped to produce Eric Massa´s fluency in three languages.

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Peter Goldmark


Peter Goldmark has had a life-long association with agriculture, science, education and public service. He was appointed Director of Agriculture by Governor Lowry in 1993. Peter also served as Chairman of the Governor’s Council on Agriculture and the Environment in 1994-1996, as a member of the Governor’s Council for a Sustainable Washington in 2002-2003, and as a member of the Governor’s Council on Biodiversity in 2004-2005. Additionally, he is a founding board member and past Chairman of the Board of “Farming and the Environment,” a unique coalition of farmers, ranchers and conservationists founded in 1999.

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Jerry McNerney


Jerry was inspired to run for the House of Representatives by his son Michael, who in response to the 9/11 attacks sought and received a commission in the Air Force. Michael suggested that Jerry serve his country by running for the U.S. Congress. With a deep sense of duty, Jerry accepted the challenge and registered as a write-in candidate. Jerry went on to win the Democratic Party's nomination, and he received more votes in the general election than any previous challenger to Pombo. In 2006, Jerry decided to run for the Democratic primary nomination again, this time facing a strong challenge from a candidate with significant fundraising capacity. Despite being outspent nearly 2-to-1 by this formidable challenger, he garnered nearly twice as many votes, overwhelmingly winning a three-way primary battle.


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