Posted: Nov 5, 2012 8:35 AM by MTN News
BILLINGS - The candidates for U.S. Senate in Montana are still campaigning to the bitter end.
Republican Denny Rehberg sat down in Billings on Sunday with staffers and volunteers for a round of phone calls to potential voters.
Rehberg says the response he's received in the last week of the campaign has been overwhelmingly positive.
Meanwhile, Senator Jon Tester was in Bozeman on a rally tour Sunday afternoon, making his voice heard.
But with the end of the grueling season in sight, we asked both candidates what they will take away from this election season.
"It's just the opportunity to be out and talking to people throughout the state. While I'm just the one that gets the chance to carry the banner, I'm doing it on behalf, I hope, of the future of Montana," Rehberg said.
"There's great energy around the state of Montana. I feel good about this race. I think we've run a good race. And I think that on Election Day when people get to the polls, things will turn out just fine," Tester said.
The latest polls show that the race for U.S. Senate in Montana, which is one of the most closely watched races in the country, is still too close to call.