Time Machine Tuesday: Rosendale Dropped Penalties for Campaign Donors

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Tuesday, July 14, 2020

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Time Machine Tuesday: Rosendale Dropped Penalties for Campaign Donors

Ahead of Tomorrow’s Campaign Finance Reports, Looking Back on Rosendale’s Pay-to-Play Politics

Helena, MT – As Maryland Matt Rosendale prepares to drop what will surely be another lackluster fundraising report tomorrow, we’re taking a look at one of his greatest hits — when his office brazenly dropped penalties for his political campaign donors. In a recent interview, Rosendale doubled down on the controversial move — one that the nonpartisan watchdog Campaign Legal Center called “disturbing.” Rosendale, when asked about the incident, passed the buck to his legal team, and doubled down on his decision to drop penalties against his political allies.

This shameless adherence to pay-to-play politics is business as usual for a typical politician like Maryland Matt. As his anemic campaign continues to struggle to garner support, Montanans will be watching closely for any desperate favors Rosendale offers prospective supporters.

“It’s obvious to working Montanans that Maryland Matt is just a typical politician, willing to do whatever it takes to get elected,” said MDP Communications Director Nathan Stein. “Maryland Matt drops penalties for campaign donors, and opposes protections for Montanans with pre-existing conditions — could he be more out of touch?”


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