Fort Peck – Today, the Montana Democratic Party opened a field office in Fort Peck, the 14th office in Montana for this election cycle.
This Fort Peck office is just the latest installment in the Montana Democratic Party’s energetic, dynamic organizing program in cities all across Montana, and a robust Native Vote program with organizers on all of Montana’s Indian reservations.
Excitement for Jon Tester and Democratic candidates up and down the ballot has been building all year, and Montanans have already talked to tens of thousands of their neighbors to tell them what’s at stake this election.
“There are fewer than 50 days until Election Day, and our organizers are ready to sprint to the finish line and help our candidates to victory,” said Nancy Keenan, executive director of the Montana Democratic Party. “Voters know they have a clear choice this November: Third-generation farmer and Montanan Jon Tester who fights for our state every day, or East Coast developer Matt Rosendale who is only out for himself. Rosendale’s out-of-state millionaire backers are no match for our army of volunteers burning shoe leather to elect Jon Tester.”
The Montana Democratic Party also has offices in: Great Falls, Helena, Billings, Missoula, Bozeman, Kalispell, Butte, Hamilton, Livingston, Havre, Miles City, Glendive, and Polson.
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