ON THE ISSUES
My path to healthcare is personal. Everyone in my family, including me, has a pre-existing condition.
It’s shameful that for too long Montana politicians have tossed on a flannel and boots thinking they can relate to real farmers and ranchers.
We must respect this legacy of service and sacrifice, and that starts with honoring our promises to veterans.
We must rebuild an American economy that rewards work rather than wealth.
We must reject the false choice between healthy public lands and economic prosperity.
Money is not speech. Corporations are not people. Montanans know this. Washington, DC does not.
We must ensure that every Montanan has equal rights and opportunities.
Native Americans are the first stewards of Montana.
I will fight against anyone who pushes privatized schools that erode our legacy of public schools built for the public good.