Kathleen Williams for Montana Raises $760,000 In the Second Quarter, Has $1.63 Million On Hand

Nearly three quarters of the campaign’s contributions have come from Montanans

BOZEMAN, MT — In the second quarter of 2020, Kathleen Williams for Montana raised just over $760,000. The campaign has $1.63 million on hand. “Montanans know that Kathleen will go to Congress and be a voice for them – not for special interests – and she’ll put Montana first,” said Kathleen Williams for Montana campaign manager Jeff Allen. “This strong fundraising report…

Kathleen Williams Statement on Russian Bounties For U.S. Troops

BOZEMAN, MT — Kathleen Williams, candidate for Montana’s lone U.S. House seat, released the following statement regarding a report from the Associated Press saying Russian intelligence offered bounties to Afghan militants to kill U.S. Troops, and that the Administration had done nothing about it to this point: As the daughter and wife of veterans, this is personal. Reports that this administration had knowledge of…

Kathleen Williams: Administration’s ACA Filing Is “Politics Before People”

BOZEMAN, MT – Kathleen Williams, candidate for Montana’s lone U.S. House seat, released the following statement after reports the Department of Justice asked the Supreme Court on Thursday to invalidate the Affordable Care Act: Everyone deserves access to quality, affordable health care. While the Affordable Care Act is far from perfect, scrapping the law judicially in the midst of a…

The Choice For Montanans In The US House Race Will Be Clear

BOZEMAN, MT – Kathleen Williams for Montana released the following statements after tonight’s primary election for Montana’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives: “Montanans deserve true representation in our lone seat in Congress, instead of perpetual politicians who parrot party talking points. I’m an independent thinker who works with people of all political stripes to put Montanans first. Growing up…

ICYMI: Kathleen Williams’ Montana-Powered Fundraising Puts Open Seat Race On The Map

BOZEMAN, MT — Following the release of year-end FEC filings, Kathleen Williams has emerged as a grassroots fundraising powerhouse, raising nearly $1.2 million in 2019, and entering 2020 with over $810,000 on hand. 78% of Kathleen’s contributions came from Montanans and 89% of contributions were $100 or less. There have been over 11,000 individual contributions to the campaign, and she is not…

Kathleen Williams (MT-AL) Raises Over $365,000 in Q4 Bringing Total To Nearly $1.2 Million in 2019

Kathleen’s Campaign Enters 2020 With Over $800,000 In the Bank

BOZEMAN, MT — Kathleen Williams’ campaign for Montana’s at-large congressional district announced today that it raised over $365,000 during the fourth quarter of 2019. This haul brings Kathleen’s total raised to nearly $1.2 million during 2019, and her campaign has over $800,000 on hand. “Across Montana, people have had enough of the divisive, party-line extremist politics we see in Washington,” said Kathleen. “Montanans…

Congressional Candidate Kathleen Williams (MT-AL) Raises Over $380,000 In Third Quarter

Nearly 80% of Contributions Came From Montanans

BOZEMAN, MT — Kathleen Williams, Democratic candidate for Montana’s at-large open Congressional seat, will report raising over $380,000 in the third quarter of 2019 her campaign announced today. The campaign has about $627,485 on hand. “I’m honored that Montanans have continued to put their faith in my vision for a more responsive, effective representative who will put Montana before special interests,” Kathleen said….

Episode 38: U.S. House candidate Kathleen Williams

In an interview on the Montana Lowdown podcast this week, Democratic U.S. House candidate Kathleen Williams responded to charges by Republican House candidate Debra Lamm that Williams is “too extreme for Montana” and supports “Medicare for all.”

Williams the moderate Montana needs

Williams has a long record of working in the Montana Legislature, both as a staff member and as three-term representative from Bozeman. During that time, she demonstrated a willingness to work with legislators from both parties to find common ground on important issues.