Polson – Today, the Montana Democratic Party opened a field office in Polson, its 13th office in Montana.
Polson is just the latest installment in the Montana Democratic Party’s energetic, dynamic organizing program that has six rural offices and offices in each of the Big Seven Montana towns. Enthusiasm for Jon Tester and all Democratic candidates on the ballot has been building around the state, and Montanans have been turning out to tell their neighbors what is at stake this election.
“With three-and-a-half months left until Election Day, the contrast between the candidates on the ballot could not be more stark,” said Nancy Keenan, executive director of the Montana Democratic Party.“While East Coast developer Matt Rosendale spends his time schmoozing with D.C. donors and out-of-state millionaires, third-generation Montanan Jon Tester travels the state to get to work for Montanans. There’s no question about it: Montana values are on the ballot this year, and we’re going to make sure voters know the candidates who share those values with them.”
In May, the Montana Democratic Party opened offices in the seven largest Montana cities: Great Falls, Helena, Billings, Missoula, Bozeman, Kalispell, and Butte. In June, offices opened in Hamilton, Livingston, Havre, Miles City, and Glendive. The address of the Polson office is 105 Main St. Suite #D.
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