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Candidate profiles for the 2016 Montana congressional race

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On Thursday evening the Montana congressional debate will get underway in Billings.

Democrat Denise Juneau is challenging republican incumbent Ryan Zinke.

Libertarian Mike Fellows is also vying for the seat but will not be attending the debate because of health reasons.

On Thursday the three candidates will debate at MSUB in Petro Hall.

We'll be streaming the debate LIVE on KULR8.com starting at 7pm and we will re-broadcast the debate Sunday morning after Meet the Press.

The debate is a partnership between KULR-8, the Billings Gazette and Yellowstone Public Radio.

Every election cycle we like to give you a profile on each of the candidates so you have all of the facts when making your final decision.

Watch the video attached for each of their bios.

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