Rob Quist spent a week traveling over 1,100 miles across Montana to meet directly with voters and talk to them about preserving public land access in Montana, a key issue in the race for Montana’s lone U.S. House seat.
Quist was joined by hundreds of Montanans who showed up in Helena, Billings, Great Falls, Missoula and Kalispell to rally for public lands.
“Montanans expect access to their leaders, and they expect leaders to stand up for public lands,” Quist said. “Unlike my opponent, I’m going to spend this campaign meeting with Montanans and I’m going to fight for them, not for D.C. insiders or corporate special interests, in the U.S. House.”
Meanwhile, New Jersey multi-millionaire and perennial candidate Greg Gianforte spent his week in Washington D.C., dining with his political donors who supported the failed health care bill that would have raised premiums on Montanans by an average of $300 every month.