Breaking: PSC Vice-Chairman Johnson Vows to Self-Imposed Term-Limits if Elected to Congress


In an announcement broken recently on Montana Daily Gazette, current Vice-Chairman of the Montana Public Service Commission (PSC) Brad Johnson announced his intention to run for election to Montana’s second congressional seat, which recently opened after census results from 2020.

Johnson, whose term at the PSC ends in 2023, recently appeared on Montana Gazette Radio and made a bold commitment to his potential voting base by vowing to serve no more than 2, 2-year terms if he is elected as Montana second congressman alongside current representative, Matt Rosendale.

Johnson, who is no stranger to Montana politics, has a message that is arguably shared by not only the majority of Montanans but the majority of Americans.

I think, frankly, that the next 4 years are going to be truly pivotal to the direction of this country’s future. – Brad Johnson, Chairman of Montana PSC

You can see, in his own words, Johnson commit to serving no more than 2 terms by clicking the 1st video below. The second video is Johnson’s full interview on Montana Gazette Radio.


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