Montana Democrats united for victory in November
HELENA – After a successful primary night, Montana Democrats are positions to win races up and down the ticket this November.
“From the White House to the courthouse, Montana Democrats believe in the future of this state and bringing people together to achieve great things,” said Nancy Keenan, executive director of the Montana Democratic Party. “We share the values of all Montanans: respect for one another, appreciation for the gorgeous state in which we live, and going to work every day to make this a better place for future generations.”
The Montana Democratic Party will hold its state convention this weekend in Helena to share a message of unity and progress as well as selecting the 21 delegates to attend the Democratic National Convention in July.
In addition to that, Denise Juneau, Steve Bullock, Mike Cooney, Jesse Laslovich, Melissa Romano, Monica Lindeen and Larry Jent are hitting the campaign trail harder than ever to spread the message that the Democrats candidates have the best interests of all Montanans at heart.
Their campaigns revolve around three basic tenets: supporting Montana’s people, public lands and building a strong economy.
“These are the same issues voters care about,” Keenan said. “That’s why we know we’ll be victorious in November.”