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Who’s ahead in the Montana 2nd District House ?

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U.S. House, MT-2, 2024, Republican primary

May 8-9
410LV
May 8-9
410LV
Downing
28%
Downing
28%

Downing

28%

Rehberg

12%

Zinn

8%

Arntzen

5%

Bogner

4%

Krautter

2%

Holden

2%

Austin

1%

Walker

0%
12%
RehbergDowning+17
April 14-17
400LV
April 14-17
400LV
Downing
38%
Downing
38%

Downing

38%

Rehberg

26%

Arntzen

10%
26%
RehbergDowning+12
April 15-16
415LV
April 15-16
415LV
Downing
21%
Downing
21%

Downing

21%

Rehberg

11%

Arntzen

7%

Bogner

4%

Zinn

3%

Krautter

2%

Holden

1%

Austin

1%

Walker

0%
11%
RehbergDowning+10
Feb. 1
500LV
Feb. 1
500LV
Rehberg
26%
Rehberg
26%

Rehberg

26%

Downing

16%

Arntzen

5%

Bogner

3%

Zinn

2%

Holden

2%

Walker

1%

Krautter

1%
16%
DowningRehberg+10
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