Candidate for governor visits Havre
Democrat Brian Schweitzer said his campaign for Montana governor will have other unusual aspects besides being the first to declare for the 2004 election.
"The days of pay to play are over," Schweitzer said during an interview this morning. "The lobbyists are no longer going to run this state."
Schweitzer, who narrowly lost a 2000 bid for the U.S. Senate to incumbent Conrad Burns, said he will accept no campaign money from special interest groups, including political parties, political action committees or corporations. His private fund-raising efforts had raised $253,197 by a report deadli...