Raised $370K in Q4 2019, Unveils Cruz Endorsement
GLENDIVE, MT — Matt Rosendale, a proven conservative leader running for Montana’s U.S. House seat, announced today that he raised more than $370,000 in the fourth quarter of 2019, bringing his total raised to more than $1,021,000 since entering the race in mid-June.
Rosendale begins 2020 with more than $820,000 cash on hand and announced another major endorsement in his bid to become Montana’s next United States Congressman.
“I’m beyond excited to have raised more than $1M in the last six months and to see this strong level of support building around our winning team,” said Rosendale. “I’m humbled by the support from Senator Ted Cruz and from all Montanans who know we need more proven conservative leaders representing us back in Washington.”
“Matt Rosendale is the type of person we need in Washington. He’s a businessman, a conservative and has a proven record of standing up for the people of Montana. As Auditor, he has taken on the middlemen who drive up the cost of prescription drugs and worked tirelessly to reduce healthcare costs and provide quality, affordable options for all Montanans. I am proud to support Matt Rosendale, and I hope you will join me by sending him to Congress,” said Senator Cruz.
In addition to 50 Montana former or current state legislators, Rosendale has also been endorsed by Senator Rand Paul, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, Rep. Jim Jordan, Rep. Mark Meadows and Donald Trump Jr.