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Chris FriedelREPRepublican State Senator, District 26
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Christopher Friedel (born December 8, 1979) is an American Republican politician who serves as a member of the Montana Senate for Senate District 26. After defeating Republican state representative Rodney Garcia in the district's primary election, Friedel won the general election in 2020 against incumbent Democrat Margaret MacDonald, the lone Senate seat that switched parties in that year's elections. Prior to serving in the Montana Senate, Friedel was a member of the Billings City Council from 2015 to 2019.

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Montana Technological University
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Senator
Montana State Senate
2021 - Current
Former Member
Billings City Council