Chet Blaylock

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American politician

Why Is Chet Blaylock Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Chester Merle "Chet" Blaylock was a U.S. politician born in Joliet, Montana. Blaylock served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Later he was a teacher for 30 years in Laurel and Chinook, Montana. He was a delegate to the Montana state Constitutional Convention in 1972 and a member of the Montana State Senate from Laurel, Montana. In 1996 Blaylock was the Democratic nominee for Governor of Montana against incumbent Marc Racicot. On the way to a debate with his opponent less than two weeks before the election, Blaylock died of a heart attack at Deer Lodge, Montana. His running mate, Judy Jacobson, continued unsuccessfully with his campaign. Blaylock was cremated and his ashes interred at Rockvale Cemetery in Rockvale, Montana.

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