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No one mentioned that the late Zales N. Ecton was the only Republican ever to collect enough popular votes in Montana to win a Senate seat. Ecton did it in 1946 but was unable to repeat in 1952.
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Still, Wheeler's bipartisan machine had its last gasp when Montana voted to replace Wheeler not with Leif Erickson, but a Republican, Zales Ecton.

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