Should national Democrats jump into the Montana special election?

Bluegrass legend Rob Quist is running as a Democrat for a special election to fill the seat vacated by Ryan Zinke, who Trump named to be Interior Secretary. So far, the national Democratic Party is giving him close to no help. One camp argues this is a self-defeating approach, and Democrats should fight everywhere that they have a remote shot of winning. The other side says it would backfire and tar Quist as a stooge of Nancy Pelosi. A third says the race is un-winnable so Democrats shouldn't bother. Who's right? With more than 1,500 votes cast, 97% of people so far say Democrats should go all in. Final results will be posted on Tuesday.

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