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Enzi Wins Another Term In Office

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Tuesday night, incumbent U.S. Senator Mike Enzi handily won his race against Democratic challenger Charlie Hardy, taking over 70 percent of the vote. Enzi has served in the U.S. Senate since 1997 and worked on numerous committees including Finance and Homeland Security. While he is considered one of the most conservative senators in office, he’s also given for credit for working across the aisle on many issues. Enzi says he’s signed over 100 bills into law during his tenure in office.

During his campaign, he says he logged over 15,000 miles, visiting almost every community in the state. He thanked his opponents for running respectful campaigns. Enzi beat out Democratic challenger Charlie Hardy and two others in last night’s Republican-dominated election. 

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