HELENA, MONTANA — Today, Matt Rosendale, State Auditor and candidate for Montana’s lone Congressional seat, was awarded recognition as a member of the National Republican Congressional Committees’ “Young Gun” program, which selects candidates in races across the country to support and mentor.
In a press release from the NRCC, House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy noted that, “As we move closer to Election Day, these candidates have shown they stand in stark contrast to their Democratic opponents and have the structure in place to come out victorious in November.”
The program requires candidates to meet certain benchmarks and goals throughout their campaigns to ensure the best chance of success in the General. The program has three levels—On the Radar, Contender, and Young Gun. Today’s announcement elevated Matt Rosendale to the status of “Young Gun”.
“I am incredibly honored to be designated as a Young Gun in my race to represent Montana in the U.S. Congress,” said Rosendale. “I look forward to working with Leader McCarthy to support President Trump and bring conservative principles to the House of Representatives in 2020 and restore the Republican Majority. Now more than ever it is critical that we restore the Republican majority in the House to guide our country back from the economic challenges it is facing.”
Matt has a proven track record as a successful businessman and public servant, and is the only candidate endorsed by President Trump, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and “A” rated by the NRA.
To learn more about Matt, and his campaign for Congress, visit www.mattformontana.com