Nothing for granted: Bozeman man a pioneer on the frontier of fighting cancer

“One day several years ago a legislative candidate, Kathleen Williams, came to their door asking what issues concerned them. Kathy said they’d learned that in Montana, medical insurance companies wouldn’t cover standard care for cancer patients if they were in a medical trial… ‘Now in Montana, you can’t get denied standard care with clinical trials,’ Kathy said.”

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Democratic House Candidates Try To Distinguish Themselves In Butte

Democrats in Butte last night got a chance to try to find differences between five candidates running for their party’s nomination to challenge Congressman Greg Gianforte next year.

Surprise: The candidates agreed on a lot. But over two hours and more than a dozen questions, some differences did emerge.

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Getting to know candidate for Congress Kathleen Williams

Who is Kathleen Williams?

Kathleen Williams’s life has been shaped by hope, a hope she strives to foster in her campaign and in the hearts of voters across Montana. Hope that we can work together, hope that we can unite around our shared values, hope that we can bring about positive change for the people of Montana, and hope directed toward a future that is good for all of us.

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Bozeman Democrat Kathleen Williams Announces US House Run

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) – Kathleen Williams, a three-term Democratic state lawmaker from Bozeman, has announced her candidacy for Montana’s lone U.S. House seat.

Williams said in a statement Thursday that the political polarization in Congress is bad for the country and she would work with diverse interests to get things done.

In the state House of Representatives she helped shepherd through a water compact between the state and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.

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Kathleen Williams announces run for Montana U.S. House Seat

On Thursday afternoon, Kathleen Williams announced that she will be running as a Democrat for Montana’s lone House seat.

Williams is the fifth Democrat to enter the race.

She is a former state legislator and said she believes her experience in Helena will help her in Washington, D.C.

Dorothy Bradley, another former state legislator, and gubernatorial candidate is backing Williams and is her campaign treasurer.

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Former Bozeman legislator joins Democratic primary for Montana’s U.S. House seat

Kathleen Williams, who served three terms in the Legislature, announced Thursday she will run in the Democratic primary for Montana’s U.S. House seat.

“I am pleased and honored to announce my candidacy for United States Congress,” Williams said in a press release. “I am running to get things done for the people of Montana. We need members of Congress who truly represent us & that listen to our needs, understand our struggles, and work to find solutions.”

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Another Democrat Announces Candidacy For Montana’s US House Seat

Another Democrat has declared her candidacy for Montana’s seat in the U.S. House.

“My name is Kathleen Williams. I’m pleased and honored to formally announce my candidacy for the U.S. Congress.”

Kathleen Williams made the announcement at a restaurant in Bozeman Thursday. She represented Bozeman and eastern Gallatin County in the Montana House of Representatives for three terms from 2011 through the 2015 legislative session.

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Bozeman local Kathleen Williams running for U.S. House seat

A three-term state legislator and Bozeman local announced Thursday she’s running for the 2018 Democratic nomination for the U.S. House seat against incumbent Republican Greg Gianforte.

Kathleen Williams, surrounded by supporters in a small room at a restaurant in downtown Bozeman, said the country and democracy are being threatened by divisiveness, inexperience and hyper-partisanship.

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