The Trail PAC’s motto is “All trail decisions are political decisions” and there is no race in the country that illustrates that more then the Tester (D) v. Rehberg (R) contest for the U.S. Senate. As articulated in the following article, Tester has proposed a comprehensive Wilderness, Recreation, and Timber Bill that is supposed to have substantive pluses for all those interest groups. Rehberg has blocked the bill in the House because at the end of the day it has little or no OHV recreation components.
Article on Tester v. Rehberg Wilderness Fight
As some of you know, this is one of TPAC’s key targeted senate races for the 2012 election cycle. Today, TPAC sent each campaign our official 2012 Congressional OHV Recreation and Access Questionnaire. TPAC will inform voters about each candidate’s position on important OHV recreation issues once those questionnaires are returned.
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