In a bold move, Congressman Matt Rosendale (MT-02) has officially thrown his hat into the ring for the United States Senate.

The announcement was made Friday, February 10th, at the Montana Secretary of State’s office in Helena, drawing a crowd of enthusiastic supporters and state legislators aligned with the America First agenda.

Related: Rosendale Demands Biden Admin Hold Official Town Hall In Great Falls

Critique of the Washington Establishment

Rosendale's decision to run for Senate comes amidst growing dissatisfaction with the Washington Establishment, particularly with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Rosendale criticizes their handling of national debt, immigration issues at the southern border, and enabling of China's ascendancy as a global power.

Experience and Advocacy

Drawing from his experience in both the Montana State Legislature and the U.S. House of Representatives, Rosendale highlights his track record of advocating for legislative reforms.

He emphasizes the importance of transparency and accountability in governance, citing past efforts to streamline legislative processes and address key national issues.

Facing Senate Opposition

Despite opposition from entrenched interests in the Senate, Rosendale remains resolute in his commitment to representing the interests of Montanans and challenging the status quo in Washington.

He seeks to rally support for his campaign, aiming to bring a fresh perspective and proactive leadership to the Senate floor.

Shaping Montana's Political Landscape

Rosendale's candidacy signals a significant shift in Montana's political landscape, promising a spirited contest for the Senate seat and potentially reshaping the state's representation in Congress.

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