Montana Democrats sure didn't like it when Republican Senator Steve Daines (R-MT) mocked House Democrats' impeachment inquiry with this Tweet:


But it looks like Montana's Democrat Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) is getting the message, 

Some red-state Senate Democrats are fretting that the ongoing House impeachment inquiry could expand uncontrollably and become a “kitchen sink” of complaints about President Trump, Fox News has learned.

West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin and Montana Sen. Jon Tester specifically expressed concerns about a broadening impeachment push severely damaging Democrats' chances to win back a Senate majority next year, sources told Fox News.

Speaking of Tester, his office refuses to take phone calls from Montanans on the radio, and won't even add certain radio stations to his press list. So we haven't received any advance notice of this, but it looks like Tester is planning a last-minute town hall meeting in Billings, as The Western Word reports:

I saw on Facebook and Twitter that U.S. Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) will be holding an in-person town hall meeting in Billings this Thursday (Oct.3) at the Petro Theater on the campus of MSU-Billings. (Source)