GREAT FALLS – U.S. Senate Republican candidate Matt Rosendale was all over north-central Montana on Saturday.
His first stop was at the Montana GOP Office in Great Falls where his supporters could sign up to help campaign for him, grab yard signs, or bumper stickers, and meet other supporters.
Rosendale answered questions from the crowd and thanked veterans for their service. He said seeing the amount of support from people grow since the primaries has been great.
“[We’re] really excited to see all of the enthusiasm and energy that folks have here in Cascade County to make sure we replace Jon Tester. We have felt this enthusiasm and energy across the entire state, we’ve seen this since the primary,” said Rosendale.
He also stopped in Chester and Loma for meet and greets.
The election is a little over three months away and Rosendale faces democratic incumbent Jon Tester.
Reporting by Kaley Collins for MTN News