Candidate Rosendale has Montana values in mind

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Recently there has been a lot of negative and untrue things being said about Matt Rosendale in newspaper articles, TV ads and in letters-to-the-editor.

Once you get over the media hype, you can see that Rosendale represents our Montana values better than Senator Tester. Tester is a master of saying one thing and doing another. That is not the Montana way. Tester says he is aligned with the Trump agenda and Montana’s best interest — yet he votes down the line with the Democrat leaders in Washington. Just look at his record on issues such as tax cuts, reform of health care, public land use, and many other issues. Tester has been swallowed up by the “Washington Swamp.”

As a retired military service member, I served in Washington for over 11 years, two tours, and I saw the swamp at work close up. It is time to replace Tester with someone new that will put Montana and the Nation first — Matt Rosendale is that person.

Matt has lived in Montana for 17 years and he has personally chosen to “hang his hat” here. He has served in the Montana Legislature honorably, strived to do the best for Montana and the people of Montana, and has established a business here. He has raised his family in Montana.

Rosendale supports the Trump agenda and will join Senator Daines and Congressman Gianforte to support the President. A vote for Rosendale is a vote for positive change. Electing Rosendale will be good for Montana and its people. I know where my vote is going!

— Bob Cote, Polson

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