Local elections in Montana are just around the corner. Next year, Montana voters will select a new governor, attorney general, state auditor, secretary of state, and Representative to the U.S. House. Voters will decide on whether or not to retain the present Superintendent of Public Instruction and one of our U.S. Senators. Legislative seats will be up for grabs. Ballot measures will be voted on.
When we pick local government officials (e.g. councilors, commissioners, school board members), we are voting for the very people who will make decisions affecting our private property rights, our taxation levels, and our individual rights. The same goes for our legislative representatives. Choosing our state and federal officials is no less weighty.
What can you do to help ensure that at every level we put in place people who - without reservation - believe in the foundations of limited government, economic freedom, and responsible individual liberty? People who will not only govern according to the Constitution, but also defend our Constitutional rights?
1. Go to your local elections office and get a stack of voter registration cards.
2. Carry a few voter registration cards with you everywhere.
3. Ask family members, neighbors, friends, co-workers, and anyone you meet if they are registered to vote.
4. Organize voter registration drives through your civic and political groups.
5. Register individuals to vote.
6. Become an election judge to ensure election integrity.
We can advance the cause of freedom if every liberty-loving conservative we know in Montana does their part and votes in all upcoming elections. Let's get after it!
Paid for by: Montanans for Limited Government
Kathy Kay, Treasurer
PO Box 1154, Lolo, MT 59847