Posted: Nov 7, 2012 6:59 AM by Angela Douglas - MTN News
BILLINGS - About 20 of Congressman Denny Rehberg's supporters remained at his party on Election Night just before 1 a.m. Wednesday.
"Neither campaign really knows where this is all going to shake out," explained Rehberg Campaign Manager Erik Iverson.
"I went down this road in 2006; you can have late nights and vote fluctuation. We're just waiting around to see what those percentages look like, so we can get a little bit clearer of a picture because right now the picture is not at all clear," Iverson added.
The Congressman was set to take the stage and address his Republican party on Election Night. However, he was waiting on numbers that still have not come in for this very close U.S. Senate race for Montana.
As of 7 a.m. 68% of precincts were reporting; Tester had 49% of the vote and Rehberg had 45%