Matt Rosendale Consistently Opposed Funding for Veterans Homes

Rachel Prevost2020, News, Republicans, Rosendale

Tuesday, September 1, 2020

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Matt Rosendale Consistently Opposed Funding for Veterans Homes
Helena, MT – As he clamors for his third political office in as many election cycles, typical politician Maryland Matt Rosendale continues his efforts to rewrite his abysmal record on veterans issues.

As a state legislator, Rosendale consistently opposed funding the Southwest Montana Veterans Home in Butte, over the objections of Butte’s veterans and veteran groups. Maryland Matt voted against a bill to fund the home, which now serves the roughly 33,000 veterans in Southwest Montana – nearly one-third of our state’s veteran population. Rosendale also helped kill a bipartisan bill that would have provided $5 million for the veterans’ home in Butte.

On top of his failed efforts to block the Butte project, Maryland Matt voted to slash funding for the Columbia Falls Veterans Home by over $3 million, a move opposed by veterans, Flathead residents, and even Montana Republicans like Ryan Zinke. In response to the measure, a state senior vice commander of the Montana Veterans of Foreign Wars said “Veterans are tired of corporations making a profit off our wounds and disabilities,” and a nurse’s aide at the home called it a “bad idea.” A veterans’ advocacy group pointed to the vote as further proof that Rosendale is afraud.”

On both occasions, Kathleen Williams was on the side of Montana veterans. Learn more about Rosendale’s embarrassing record at


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