David Dunn did an exceptional job when he served in Helena 2019 in “The People’s House.” During that season Dunn was House Representative of House District 9. Currently, he is on the ballot in the Republican primary on June 7, 2022. Dunn is running again and this time for House District 8.
The following Opinion Editorial was submitted to MDG by Scotia Brosnan, a resident of Flathead County.
“David Dunn has demonstrated successful legislative experience in the Montana legislature, including voting against every proposed tax legislation, and has vowed to do so again on day one of the 2023 legislative session.
Dunn developed a great working relationship with our Governor and Attorney General (during his time in “The People’s House” in 2019) and is prepared to advocate for all Montanans regarding a state income tax credit that would help lower the property tax burdens of all Montanans.
During David’s time in Helena in 2019, he helped to kill a proposed “Red Flag law” bill in the legislative session that would have grossly violated the second amendment rights of all Montanans. Dunn served on the following committees in 2019: the House Judiciary Committee and the Human Services Committee.
Importantly, Dunn dedicated a great deal of time to educating legislators regarding the harmful effects of 5G implementation.
In David’s personal life, he is a hard-working and successful farmer who understands the concerns of our local farmers and ranchers.
Endorsements for Dunn include NRA, MSSA, Montanan’s for Limited Government, and Montana Family Foundation. In 2019, Dunn received the CPAC Achievement Award.
David Dunn is running for House District 8 to represent Montanans, not special interests. If you value freedom and liberty, I strongly urge you to vote for David Dunn in the upcoming primary on June 7.