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Tuesday, August 25, 2020
Helena, MT – In his first TV ad of the general election, Maryland Matt loiters around an auto shop pandering on the value of work — all while ignoring the fact that he’s spent the last decade, and the better part of his time in public office, clamoring for the next rung on the political ladder.
Maryland Matt has spent nearly 70 percent of his time as State Insurance Commissioner seeking higher office. As a candidate for U.S. Senate, Rosendale faced criticism for neglecting his taxpayer-funded job to maintain a seven-days-a-week campaign schedule. When he was in the office, he found time to rubber-stamp rate hikes of 23% and undermine protections for public lands.
And while Rosendale claims he wants to change Washington, the truth is he’s deep in the pockets of DC special interests, who’ve bankrolled his successive campaigns in an effort to buy yet another yes-man in Congress.
“In his four years in office, Rosendale has shown Montanans again and again that he’s just another typical politician out for himself — and no amount of election year posturing will change that,” said MDP Communications Director Nathan Stein.
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