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Infighting Continues to Escalate in GOP Senate Primaries

This week, Senate Republicans’ “intraparty rifts that defined the 2022 cycle and contributed to the GOP’s loss[es]” were once again on full display in races across the map. New reporting from The Hill details that Republicans are “already contending with increasingly crowded” and “contested” primaries that “could cause headaches for national Republicans.

  • In Montana, The Hill highlights Matt Rosendale — who “has been hinting at a possible Senate run” — “has a significant name recognition advantage over Sheehy,” has “picked up endorsements from many state lawmakers,” and is “leading Sheehy in a hypothetical match-up by more than 30 points.” 


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