Democrats Bowing Out of Montana Senate Race to Make Room for Steve Bullock


The Montana Daily Gazette announced the candidacy of millennial greenie-candidate, Josh Seckinger, for U.S. Senate on February 19. Yesterday, Seckinger announced his departure from the race in order to make room for Montana Governor Steve Bullock, who is anticipated to file on Monday.

Bullock was visited by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer last week, who asked him to run to help further his anti-gun and pro-abortion agenda in Washington. Gaining senate majority status is pivotal for Schumer’s New York values campaign and to unroll his progressive blueprint for America. According to major press outlets, Bullock is intending to file at the last minute.

Seckinger, a fly-fishing guide who has experience working for an environmental attorney and holds heavily anti-gun sentiments, claimed in a news release, “I entered this race because I felt working-class Montanans needed someone to represent them. With a strong history as attorney general and governor, Steve Bullock is the best person in the state to do that.”

Seckinger added, “He has my full support to be the Democratic nominee for the United States Senate. I will do whatever I can to ensure he defeats Steve Daines in November.”

Additionally, another of the four Democrats still in the race for the Democratic nomination has signaled that he will bow out in favor of Bullock should the governor run.

Mike Knoles of Bozeman said, “I do intend to use what I have built to continue to push for a better platform from the Democratic Party. Issues like universal basic income, the environment, corruption, and the tax code need to be front and center in 2020 and I hope Bullock will take the time to listen to my proposal.”

Should Bullock file, that will leave only Helena Mayor Wilmot Collins, an energy specialist, John Mues, and Cora Neumann, who works in public health to challenge the governor. Rumors are circulating that they will probably drop as well, with the prospect of challenging the current governor not leaving high expectations for election success.


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