Representative Gianforte releases election night statement

With a little more than a week left before the midterm election, many people are turning in those absentee ballots, including incumbent, Democratic Senator Jon Tester and his opponent Matt Rosendale.

Today Tester went to Fort Benton to vote in his home county, Chouteau County.

He paid a visit to the county courthouse where he cast his absentee ballot and spoke about his plans in the coming days to encourage all to vote.

Talking to folks talking about how important it this election is. Talking about the differences between my opponent and I. and making sure that folks exercise their right to vote. Not every country has that right. People have fought and died for that right, so we encourage people to get out and vote, said Jon Tester.

On the other hand, Matt Rosendale was in Glendive Montana yesterday to also cast his absentee ballot. Here is what he had to say.

Hello everyone just left the Dawson County Courthouse where I dropped off my ballot and I am sending President Trump the support he needs to continue this agenda. Hope you will do the same, said Matt Rosendale

Both Tester and Rosendale plan to continue campaigning and encouraging Montanans to vote.


Rosendale will be on his *victory tour* tomorrow with special guests Kimberly Guilfoyle and Donald Trump junior.

The group will make several stops across the treasure state, including Helena and Butte.

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