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MT-Gov: Sen. Jon Tester (D) Helps Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney (D) Keep Montana's Governorship Blue

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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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I’m reaching out to ask if you can chip in $5 to Democrat Mike Cooney’s campaign for Montana Governor. Let me explain →

When I endorsed my friend Mike Cooney for Governor earlier this year, I knew he was the best candidate for the job.

Mike is a strong, steady leader who has spent his life fighting for affordable health care, equal rights for all, and good jobs.

But his opponent Greg Gianforte knows he can’t beat Mike on the issues, so he’s trying to use his millions to undercut Mike’s campaign.

In fact, he just put another $5OO,OOO of his own money into his campaign!

Rebecca, Mike stopped his in-person fundraising efforts for the health and safety of all Montanans, and he doesn’t have millions to spend on this race.

So Mike’s fundraising has taken a big hit.

That’s why I’m personally reaching out to you to ask you to join me in supporting Mike today by chipping in $5 right now →

I’ve had the honor of working alongside Mike Cooney and Steve Bullock for years.

I mean it when I say there is nobody that is better equipped to take on the job of Governor in 2020 than Mike.

But Mike can’t fight back against an out-of-state multi-millionaire backed by Trump and shady special interests all by himself.

It’s going to take all of us to make sure Mike wins in November, Rebecca.

So I’m asking you one more time: Can you help my good friend Mike Cooney win this race by chipping in $5, $10, or $25 today? →

Mike is so grateful for your support, Rebecca. I know I am.

— Jon Tester

U.S. Senator from Montana

Click here to donate to Cooney’s campaign.

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