BOZEMAN, MT — Kathleen Williams, candidate for Montana’s lone U.S. House seat, finished her 6-day, 22-stop, 2,300-mile “Solutions Tour” in Bozeman on Tuesday. She concluded the tour at Gallatin County Regional Park to a large crowd and took questions.
“Washington is so polarized. Everyone goes into their partisan political corners and fights with each other. It’s all about whether you win or whether you can get to the next rung on the political ladder,” said Kathleen Williams. “It’s not about getting the job done for Montana. And that’s what we need – someone to go there and do the work, to work with people of all political stripes to get results. I’ll do that and more.”
The Solutions Tour took Kathleen across Montana. She talked to Montanans about their interests in:
- Red Lodge
- Miles City
- Great Falls
- Thompson Falls
Kathleen continues to demonstrate her commitment to staying connected with citizens and communities across the state. She spoke to groups of people at each of these events, listened to their concerns and proved she is ready to be a true, independent Representative in Congress for all Montanans.
The campaign thanks all who came to these events and the volunteers who helped plan them.