For Adults Only. My apologies for the strong language expressed by the operatives in this video, but it is important that you know who is trying to manipulate our elections. Please note, the organized labor identified as rock solid agitators in this video have endorsed my opponent and other D’s in every election statewide.
Montana Secretary of State Linda McCullough has taken sides in an election that she is responsible for overseeing, and she may have used false information to make her point. The Missoulian recently reported on McCullough’s letter to the editor denouncing Republican candidate Corey Stapleton and promoting his Democrat opponent. Such an endorsement coming from the top official responsible for administering fair and impartial elections is a highly unethical move akin to a referee making a pre-game announcement declaring which team he hopes will win. McCullough, a Democrat, is notorious for self promotion — commonly using government resources to plaster flattering pictures of herself on official government web sites and documents. For example, this year’s official Montana Voter Information Guide features a full page picture of none other than herself on the front cover. The State’s official election web site features at least two pictures of McCullough on it. She even travels with a staff photographer — a tax payer expense many would agree is not necessary for her official duties but certainly gives her an advantage in any of her own future campaigns. McCullough’s office has also shown remarkable bias in the Voter Guide itself, refusing to publish factual information provided to her by the State Fish, Wildlife, and Parks Department about the high costs of I-177. But she did include an unsubstantiated claim from an animal rights group’s blog in support of I-177, an initiative backed by out of state groups which seek to ban trapping, and eventually hunting, on all public lands in Montana.
The Missoulian article displaying Secretary of State Linda McCullough’s accusations about Stapleton’s voting record and her own admitted bias in favor of his Democrat opponent can be read in its entirety here…
Secretary of State releases GOP candidate Stapleton’s voting records; he says they’re wrong | Montana & Regional | missoulian.com: missoulian.com/news/state-and-regional/secretary-o…C6B04
“A background report on Stapleton’s voting record, released by him after a request to Montana GOP officials who use the i-360 proprietary voter database, shows him as having voted in every primary, general, special and municipal election back through 2006.
“I’ve voted twice a year like clockwork since I left the service,” said Stapleton, a former U.S. Navy officer, upon first learning of the letter Thursday morning.”If I missed an election I would be surprised. What I am surprised about is, what is this sitting Secretary of State doing? I would remind her she needs to remain impartial in an ongoing election.”
Lee Newspapers requested the voting record files going back to 2007 for all candidates running for statewide office. The file on Stapleton conflicts with both the account by McCulloch and the GOP report. Since June 1998, Stapleton was registered to vote on 28 municipal, school, state or federal ballots. He missed six votes-by-mail in that period, all city or school ballots.
McCulloch also wrote that “Monica Lindeen, Mr. Stapleton’s opponent has never missed voting in an election going back as far as records can be found. That’s the kind of person you want in the Secretary of State’s office.””
Supporters are cordially invited to join Bob Brown, Judy Woolley, myself and a bunch of your friends and neighbors for a Victory Party at the home of Paul & Jennifer Fielder (189 Cherry Creek Road – Thompson Falls) this Friday Sept 30 from 4pm-8pm.
This will be a great chance to catch up with each other and enjoy the company of good folks, good food, share a little hope for America, and have a little FUN! No pressure, no debates, but we will have a variety of campaign signs available for those with good traffic locations who would like to take one home. We would love to see all our friends there!!!
Today was a hard day. We laid Holly, our faithful black lab, to rest where the meadow meets the wood. She was a good dog, a joyful part of our family for 13-1/2 years. We are grateful for the time we had with her, and for the wonderful life she lived. But we still miss her so much. It’s hard to say goodbye to those we love, whether 4 legs or 2.
#CrookedHillary says we need more respect for the laws. Why doesn’t she follow them? #debate2016:
– Imprimis: imprimis.hillsdale.edu/islam-facts-or-dreams
“In 1993 I was a seasoned federal prosecutor, but I only knew as much about Islam as the average American with a reasonably good education—which is to say, not much. Consequently, when I was assigned to lead the prosecution of a terrorist cell that had bombed the World Trade Center… I had to examine these claims … When he said the scriptures command that Muslims strike terror into the hearts of Islam’s enemies, the scriptures backed him up.