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MT-Gov: Sen. Jon Tester (D) Helps Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney (D) Defeat GOPer Who Assaulted A Journalist

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Received this e-mail today from U.S. Senator Jon Tester (D. MT) in support of Lt. Governor Mike Cooney’s (D. MT) gubernatorial campaign:

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Sen. Jon Tester (D. MT) & Lt. Governor Mike Cooney (D. MT)

I’m thrilled to announce I’m endorsing Mike Cooney to be the next Democratic Governor of Montana!

Will you join me in supporting Mike by donating $5 to his campaign today? →

we need leaders like Mike fighting for Montanans everyday.

I’ve worked alongside Mike Cooney and Steve Bullock for years, and I mean it when I say there is nobody better to take on this job in 2020 than Mike.

But listen, Mike’s Republican opponent, Greg Gianforte, is raking in cash from dark money donors and corporate PACs.

Mike is running a grassroots campaign, he needs your help to win.

Rebecca, this is the most competitive Governor’s race in the country. Can you help my friend Mike Cooney keep Montana blue in 2020 by chipping in $5 now? →

Mike is working to get Big Money out of politics, protect our public lands, and undo the destructive, far-right policies coming from Washington.

Mike has been fighting for Democratic values his whole life, and I know he’ll continue that fight as the next Governor of Montana.

But Mike is counting on you to chip in $5 or $10 to power his campaign until every last ballot is cast.

Please Rebecca, chip in $5 now to elect Democrat Mike Cooney →

Thanks for all that you do,

— Jon Tester
United States Senator

Click here to donate to Cooney’s campaign.

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