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 By Natalie Wisehart    Opinion    May 28, 2020 

Putting American workers first

Unemployment rates are soaring and millions of Americans are unemployed. We need a leader who will put these Americans first and that’s exactly what Senator Steve Daines is doing. Daines is working on legislation to protect the American worker by...

 
 By Jan Lombardi    Opinion    May 21, 2020

New generation of leadership with Whitney Williams

As someone who has spent my career in the private sector, nonprofit sector and two decades in public service for the state of Montana, including working for Governor Brian Schweitzer, I am supporting Whitney Williams for Governor and her running...

 
 By Lynn Carey    Opinion    May 21, 2020

The national divide

I saw this on social media and thought it spoke to the divide in our nation. “How sad it must be believing that scientists, scholars, historians, economists and journalists have devoted their entire lives to deceiving you while a reality TV star...

 
 By Roxie Sterling    Opinion    May 14, 2020

Hold up our president

If a Democrat is elected as president we will see socialism and then communism, faster than going down a greased slide. I watched in dismay as I saw democratic governors take on communistic rules to control their states. Is this a practice run for th...

 
 By Juanita Vero    Opinion    May 14, 2020

Join me in voting for Kimberly Dudik

I am writing to ask you to join me and support Kimberly Dudik to be Montana’s next Attorney General. Kimberly has the type of wide ranging experience, being an attorney for nearly 18 years practicing both civil and criminal law, that Montana needs...

 
 By John Rice    Opinion    May 14, 2020

Government should stay out of business

Our Governor Steve Bullock has made an error in judgment with his decision to force Montana landlords into canceling evictions and extending rental payments. What Bullock fails to realize is that although most tenants will eventually pay the rents...

 

My ballot for the Democratic Primary

For whatever it’s worth, this is for whom I’m voting in selected Democratic Primary races and why.  One of the most important votes you will cast is for Montana Supreme Court (at the end of the ballot). Most people ignore it, so your vote will...

 

Commissioner Vero is the real deal

We are all familiar with the adage, “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” Juanita Vero is the exception. Vero, who is running to maintain her seat as Missoula County Commissioner, is the real deal. Juanita Vero is representative of...

 

Al "Doc" Olszewski - Most Qualified Candidate To Lead Montana.

Montana families and businesses may have some difficult times ahead. It’s clear that Al “Doc” Olszewski (R) is the man to serve as Governor. Dr. Al is a Christian, husband, father, Air Force veteran, physician, businessman and state Senator. I...

 
 By Jerry OConnell    Opinion    May 7, 2020

Vero best suited for Commissioner

There has rarely been such an easy decision about which candidate to support in an election as we are faced with in Missoula County’s upcoming contest for County Commissioner. Juanita Vero, in her first year in office, has brought vigor, energy...

 

O'Brien leader that will bring consensus

MISSOULA - Shannon O’Brien has our votes for Montana Senate District 46, not just because she is the most qualified candidate (which she is with 25 years of experience in public education and experience as a small business owner) but because of...

 
 By Rachelle Harman    Opinion    May 7, 2020

Concerns over school closure

To the Seeley Lake Elementary School Board Yesterday, I was informed that SLE will not resume as usual for the remaining school semester. Two of my grandchildren are currently receiving home schooling as required. One of my questions is how are you...

 

Monica Tranel for PSC

Monica Tranel is a highly skilled lawyer who specializes in utility law and has practiced in front of the Public Service Commission (PSC) and in the courtroom defending consumers.  She is full of energy. A two-time competitor in the Olympics,...

 
 By Philip Gregory    Opinion    May 7, 2020

Wake up America, we are losing our rights

For the past several weeks, we Americans have been told we must stay at home. We have been told we cannot attend church. We have been told we cannot assemble in groups larger than ten. The state of Maryland has deployed drones to enforce social...

 

A new habit: The great American outdoor experience

Researchers say it takes 21 days to develop new habits. In that time, we’ve seen bewildering changes in our communities and around the world. What habits have we formed and which will endure? Despite the travel bans, quarantines, isolation and...

 
 By Dave Severson    Opinion    May 7, 2020

Vote Dudik June 2

I support Kimberly Dudik for Attorney General because she is the most experienced candidate in the race. She is an accomplished state legislator who has a proven record of getting bipartisan bills passed. Those bills that she helped push through...

 
 By Greg Munro    Opinion    May 7, 2020

Mike Black excellent for Supreme Court

Mike Black has the abilities and personal qualities one hopes for in a Supreme Court justice. I and other lawyers had the pleasure of working with him for several years on a major complex case over the destruction of grocery employees’ pensions. Wo...

 

Building bridges on mutual respect

Beyond restarting POW-MIA recovery operations, we must heal our country and adapt to our earth. Healing means building trust and ending graft, the unscrupulous use of public office for personal advantage. By disqualifying candidates who accept...

 
 By Anne Dahl    Opinion    April 30, 2020

Senate candidate Shannon O'Brien works for education and families

Shannon O’Brien is running for Montana Senate District 46 and is well suited for the job. She is smart, outgoing, curious and a good listener. Shannon seeks information and makes an effort to learn from experts and constituents. She asks people...

 

Shannon O'Brien for Montana State Senate

I strongly support Shannon O’Brien, who is running as a Democrat for the Montana State Senate, District 46, which stretches from Condon to Bonner, includes half of downtown Missoula and part of the University district. Shannon’s resume is highly...

 

Moving forward with COVID-19

With the state/county plans for beginning to reopen Montana and Missoula’s economy now public, we know over the next few weeks we will start to see businesses reopening and commerce returning. It’s hard while we are still in the midst of our...

 

Offer additional support to local small businesses

Offer additional support to local small businesses SEELEY LAKE - As we face the prospect of re-opening our economy due to the coronavirus, I have been very worried about the small businesses that have been deemed non-essential and their economic...

 
 By Kyle Zumwalt    Opinion    April 30, 2020

Community needs sewer for future

I feel a community Facebook page is the wrong place to CALL OUT local citizens who have put forth an effort to volunteer to sit on a local board. I was called out in a post on a local site post so here is my comment. I am running for the sewer board...

 

Drain the swamp and heal our land

Well, the left liberal Democrats, fake news and the deep state swamp are doing it again. They are standing up for Communist China (who in my opinion sent the China Coronavirus to America on purpose) which has killed many Americans. Instead of giving...

 

Dudik is my vote for Attorney General

I am proud to support Kimberly Dudik as Montana’s Attorney General. I am impressed by her leadership and her unwavering commitment to justice. Dudik’s background as a nurse, a lawyer and a legislator have made her keenly aware of the challenges...

 

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