BOZEMAN, MT — A new poll commissioned by Kathleen Williams for Montana and conducted by Global Strategy Group shows Kathleen Williams and Matt Rosendale are in a dead heat in the race for Montana’s lone U.S. House seat – despite the electorate self-identifying as more Republican in the state.
Click here to see the polling memo, which shows Kathleen and Rosendale are tied at 47% each.
Another poll, conducted by Public Policy Polling, found the race tied at 44% each.
The Hill wrote, “Williams’s net favorability rating is stronger than Rosendale’s with 44 percent of likely voters finding her favorable and 28 percent finding her unfavorable, while 40 percent of likely voters say they have favorable views of Rosendale and 38 percent say they have unfavorable views of the Republican.”
Kathleen has raised over $2.4 million in her campaign for Congress, and announced that she raised over three-quarters of a million dollars in the second quarter of 2020 with $1.63 million in the bank. Nearly three-quarters of the campaign’s contributions have been from Montanans, and Kathleen does not take money from corporate PACs.
Cook Political Report considers Montana’s at-large race “Leans Republican.”
Kathleen Williams has been called the “candidate Montana has been waiting for.” A three-term legislator with a nearly four-decade career solving tough issues and getting results, she is true to Montana—hard-working, independent, and honest. In Congress, she’ll stand up to special interests and partisan gridlock, and work just as hard for Montanans as they do every day.