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Denise Juneau: Not Running for US Senate

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Another Montana democrat announces they will not run for the US senate come the 2014 election.

Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction, Denise Juneau, said she will continue in her current job. When Senator Max Baucus announced in March he would not seek reelection after his sixth term, it opened the door for democrats like Juneau, former governor Brian Schweitzer, and state Auditor Monica Lindeen. All three say they will not run. As of now, possible democratic candidates include Lieutenant Governor John Walsh and Former Lieutenant Governor John Bohlinger. So far, former state Senator, Corey Stapleton, and state Representative, Champ Edmunds are the two only republican candidates who have announced they will seek the US senate.

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