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For the first time in 30 years the U.S. Census awarded Montana a second seat in Congress. Today, the state’s districting and apportionment commission will select district boundaries in essence dividing the Treasure State in half. With little common ground between the commission’s two Republican and two Democratic members much of the decision may fall on the nonpartisan chairperson Maylinn Smith as the members jostle for control over maps that will give their candidate an advantage.

Senator Steve Daines has an opinion about the outcome of the redistricting as Montana will be adding one congressman for voters to decide on in 2023.

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