A Supremely Important Vote

We cannot afford six more years of obstructionism from Senator Tester

By Marcus Esmay

With the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy, defeating Jon Tester has become Supreme-ly important for Constitution-loving Montanans. Despite Senator Tester’s election year deluge of ads painting himself as conservative, we must recall that he voted against the nomination of Justice Neil Gorsuch last year. Tester will also likely oppose President Trump’s upcoming nomination, as he has become little more than a yes man for Chuck Schumer.

With important Second Amendment cases on the horizon, we cannot afford six more years of obstructionism from Senator Tester.

Marcus Esmay
Columbia Falls

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