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Rehberg "Seriously Considering" Run for Montana's House Seat

MISSOULA -

Denny Rehberg told a Billings radio broadcasting station that he may consider a run for Montana's U.S. House seat.

The former Republican Congressman told "Voices of Montana" host Aaron Flint that he is "seriously considering running again" for the seat he held for more than a decade.

Rehberg served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 2001 to 2013 until he lost the election for the U.S. Senate against Democratic Senator Jon Tester, removing him from holding a political office.

If he does run for the position, he would challenge a growing list of Republicans in the June primary to replace current Republican Congressman Steve Daines in the November general election. Daines is currently running for the Senate.

Rehberg, who is currently working for a Washington, D.C. lobbying firm, recently purchased commercial property in Missoula and Kalispell.

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