Montana Democratic Party Launches Third Wave of Organizing Offices in Rural Montana


Helena – As part of its third wave of field office openings, the Montana Democratic Party opened offices in the following Montana towns in the last week: Livingston, Havre, Hamilton, Miles City, and Glendive. These office openings are the latest installment in the Montana Democratic Party’s energetic, aggressive organizing program that will have offices in all corners of the state. Montanans are eager to hit the pavement to tell their neighbors why they are supporting Democratic candidates up and down the ballot this November.

“In the short time since we learned that East Coast developer Matt Rosendale is Jon Tester’s opponent, Montanans have talked to thousands of their neighbors about why they’ll be supporting the third-generation Montanan and farmer at the ballot box this November,” said Nancy Keenan, executive director of the Montana Democratic Party. “We have seen tremendous energy in every corner of the state for our Democratic candidates up and down the ballot. The out-of-state billionaires propping up Rosendale’s campaign are no match for the grassroots army we have here in Montana.”

Last month, the Montana Democratic Party opened offices in the seven largest Montana cities: Great Falls, Helena, Billings, Missoula, Bozeman, Kalispell, and Butte. MDP now has 12 field offices throughout Montana.


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