by: Caroline May, The Daily Caller
Itâ€™s all fun and games until somebody gets slugged with a campaign sign â€” at least in Montana, where following the first U.S. Senate campaign debate this cycle, a Democratic activist hit one candidateâ€™s wife with a rolled up sign.
The debate at Buckâ€™s T-4 in Big Sky, Mont., between Democratic incumbent Jon Tester, Republican challenger Montana Rep. Denny Rehberg and Libertarian Dan Cox reportedly focused on the election issues of the day: jobs, the economy and health care. …
According to a Rehberg campaign staffer who witnessed the altercation, a female Tester supporter in her late thirties attempted to push her way into a group that included the congressman, who was entertaining questions from reporters, and his wife. …Â [A]fter exchanging words with Jan Rehberg, she began hitting the candidateâ€™s wife with a rolled-up Tester sign.
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