Mar 022006

Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer

Virginia’s not the only red state with recent experience with a popular Democratic governor. Brian Schweitzer has been Montana’s chief executive since January 2005, and has a 69 percent approval rating according to Wikipedia. Schweitzer spoke on March 1 in the Rotunda as the guest of University of Virginia’s Center for Politics. He’s introduced by Center director Larry Sabato and speaks for about seventy minutes including a Q&A session.

Thanks to CPN Volunteer Sean McCord for recording the sound.

  One Response to “Montana Governor speaks at U.Va”

  1. […] Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer only a few days after CBS’s 60 Minutes dubbed him “half Renaissance man, half rodeo cowboy”. The governor came to Charlottesville — in an appearance sponsored by the UVA Center for Politics — to talk about biodiesel and alternative energy. I liked him immediately. […]

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