Gianforte has earned title of “true Montanan”

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How long does it take to be a true Montanan? Greg Gianforte has lived here over twenty years. His children were raised here and he achieved his greatest success as a Montanan. Greg could have started his business anywhere. His wife immigrated here as a small child, her father died and her mother did whatever work she could to support her. Gianforte’s have studied hard in school and worked hard in business. Gianforte,s story is America’s story and it is what makes it great to be an American. I am not sure why some have gotten so petty that they forget that.

It is not illegal or immoral to make money and create great paying jobs in Montana.

Gianforte’s follow the adage that “ to whom much is given, much is expected”. Greg has started and financed multiple programs at secondary and university levels in computer science and personally mentored numerous young entrepreneurs. Montana has benefitted from Gianforte’s generosity.

I attended the Republican Candidate Selection event in Helena. He was the only candidate to buck the Republican Party platform on public lands. Greg Gianforte will not support the sale or transfer of public lands. He will support better management and he will listen to Montanan’s.

We need his common sense, his business savvy and his ability to get things done in Washington D.C..

Susan Lake, Ronan

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