Rosendale Again Blows Off Work To Hide Behind Party Leaders

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Rosendale Again Blows Off Work To Hide Behind Party Leaders

President Came to Montana 4 Times to Boost Failed 2018 Bid for Senate
 

Helena, MT – Yesterday, Maryland Matt Rosendale took time away from work to attend a partisan rally with the Vice President, continuing his trademark strategy of hiding behind party leaders to avoid talking about his abysmal record as Insurance Commissioner. In 2018, President Trump visited Montana 4 times, and failed to convince Montanans that Rosendale was anything more than a typical out-of-touch politician out to further his career at all costs.

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 did show up for work, he found time to rubber-stamp rate hikes of 23% and undermine protections for public lands.

“Maryland Matt has always been more interested in rubbing elbows with party leaders than actually doing his job,” said MDP Communications Director Nathan Stein. “Rosendale can try to hide behind party bosses all he wants — but he can’t hide his record from Montanans.”

Learn more about Maryland Matt’s record at marylandmatt.net.

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