Here in Montana, we are fortunate to have one of the highest populations of veterans per capita in the Nation. As such, it’s imperative that our elected representatives have a strong track record of standing with our veterans and our servicemen and women.
Democrat Kathleen Williams’ record shows the opposite:
- In 2013, Kathleen was one of nine legislators who voted against HB 153, a tax credit for businesses who hire unemployed and disabled veterans.
- In 2013, Kathleen voted against HB 579, a bill to establish a task force to protect military jobs in Montana.
- In 2015, Kathleen voted against HB 322, a bill which would have created education savings accounts for, among other classes, the children of service members and deceased veterans.
- In 2018 during a Democrat primary debate, Kathleen declared her opposition to the FY18 National Defense Authorization Act, which included the largest pay raise for our troops in a decade.
Our next representative in Congress must support and defend our veterans and those that wear our Country’s uniform, and if the past is any indication, Kathleen Williams isn’t up for the job.