Chat with Whitney Williams and Buzz Mattelin

Whitney Williams is a sixth-generation Montanan, businesswoman, and daughter of former Congressman Pat Williams, and former State Senate Majority Leader, Carol Williams. As a CEO of williamsworks, Whitney worked alongside Fortune 500 companies, charities, and citizens to solve complex problems — just like those Montanans face every day. She’s helped folks get back on their feet after disaster strikes, opened new markets for farmers struggling to make ends meet, and served on the ground in communities abandoned by government all together. Whitney is running for governor because she believes Montana needs someone with business experience — a fighter — who will bring big, bold ideas to Helena and tough enough to take on the new challenges we face.

Buzz Mattelin is a third generation Montana farmer from Culbertson. He was appointed by Governor Schweitzer to the Montana Wheat and Barley Committee, and was subsequently re-appointed by Governor Schweitzer and Governor Bullock. Mattelin also served on the U.S. Grains Council, Northern Crops Council, and the state Environmental Quality Council. Appointed by the Assistant Secretary of the Army, Mattelin also served on the Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee. Previously, Mattelin served on the Culbertson School Board of Trustees for six years and currently serves on the Roosevelt County Conservation District Council. In 2019, Mattelin was elected the President of the National Barley Growers Association and named the 2019 Outstanding Ag Leader by Montana State University

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