WATCH: In New Ad, Raph Graybill Cuts Through the Noise

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WATCH: In New Ad, Raph Graybill Cuts Through the Noise

Graybill is the First Down-Ballot Statewide Candidate to Go on Air
 

Helena, MT – In the first TV ad of any statewide down-ballot race, Democratic candidate for Attorney General Raph Graybill makes his case to be an independent watchdog for all Montanans. 

Graybill is the only candidate in the race who has repeatedly fought and won for Montana in court. He took on the IRS and the federal government to keep dark money out of our elections. He protected thousands of acres of Montana public lands from special interests. As Attorney General, he’ll stand up to drug corporations and insurance companies to lower healthcare and prescription drug prices and protect Montanans with pre-existing conditions.

Graybill’s opponent, Austin Knudsen, is an extremist who’s built his career by attacking affordable healthcare, and working to block access to public lands. Knudsen entered the race out of frustration that Montana did not join the dangerous lawsuit to overturn the Affordable Care Act, and has made championing the lawsuit the heart of his campaign. He is also engaged in an ongoing legal battle against the City of Culbertson, the Horace Mann Post No. 81 of the American Legion, and local recreationists, over putting up a gate on a public easement, and blocking access to the 35 acre veterans park located along the Missouri River.

“Raph Graybill has all the momentum in this race,” said MDP Communications Director Nathan Stein. “Montanans want an independent watchdog who will defend their healthcare and their public lands from partisan extremists like Austin Knudsen. On November 3, they’re going to choose Raph Graybill.”
 
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