CHOTEAU, MT — Kathleen Williams continued her 6-day, 24-stop, 2,000-mile “Solutions Tour” in Forsyth, Miles City, Glendive, Sidney, Havre, Great Falls, and Helena along the most recent stretch. She spoke to groups and took questions from attendees.
In Havre, Kathleen spoke with Dr. Mark Miles, who’s experience with Commissioner Rosendale’s office left him feeling that Rosendale sides with insurers, not Montanans. “I contacted Rosendale’s office with a complaint,” said Dr. Miles. “Blue Cross Blue Shield took my money but said I never turned in the application. Rosendale’s office said they would help, but seemed they were protecting the insurance company, not the consumers.”
“If you want the same old money-driven politics in Washington, or a guy who throws boots and a hat on and claims he’s a rancher, I’m not your candidate,” said Kathleen Williams. “If you want a true, independent voice to represent all of Montana, not just special interests, then I would be honored to have your vote.”
The Solutions Tour will take Kathleen across Montana, and will give her the opportunity to continue hearing from Montanans about their hopes, struggles, and dreams. She will also continue to share her vision for true, independent representation for Montana in the U.S. House.