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  • Racetrack

    Proposed Montana ballot initiative preserves hunting and fishing rights; Pete Coors and Ken Salazar get out-of-state money for Colorado primaries; Oregon’s Ballot Measure 34 would help protect state forests

  • Racetrack

    California tribes fight California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger over gambling; Vice President Cheney requires loyalty oath at speech; Brian Schweitzer campaigns for Montana governor’s office

  • Tribes turn out to vote

    The Indian vote could decide tight races in this year’s elections, including contests in key Western states

  • Why Greens need blue blazers

    Greenies, until America becomes less pretentious, your party needs to trade in tie-dye for the uniform of power: gray flannel trousers and a nice, pink-pinstriped shirt

  • Race track

    Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo spent $1.5 million to defeat Michael Kennedy, Democratic challenger who missed the filing deadline by seconds; Montana Democrat Margarett Campbell, an Assiniboine Tribe member, is running in a newly formed (2000) leg

  • Colorado Senate race steps into national spotlight

    Democrats, looking to regain the seat held by retiring Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell, offer strong support for Hispanic state attorney general Ken Salazar, who may vie against very conservative former U.S. Congressman Bob Schaffer

  • The One-Party West

    With the Interior West almost exclusively Republican territory, "Democrats for the West," a coalition of leaders, have issued a challenge to fellow Democrats to create sustainable Democratic majorities

  • Bush is a man of his word: He's audacious, but should that be surprising?

    Democrats can learn a thing or two from the way Bush and the conservative Republicans are using political power

  • Indian poll power

    NativeVote 2004 seeks to rally as many American Indians as possible to register and vote in the November election

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