This story was filed by CBS News digital journalist Arden Farhi, from Bozeman, Montana
President Obama is headed for Bozeman, Montana, to try and rally support for health care reform. Many of the tickets for today's town hall meeting were distributed on a first-come, first-served basis to both supporters and opponents of the president's plan.
Tickets to the President's town hall meeting in New Hampshire on Tuesday - where the only shouting came from protesters outside the venue - were largely controlled and distributed by the White House.
CBS News spoke with some of the ticket holders to Friday's event who disagree with the President's position on health care. Here's what they had to say:
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