A new year has dawned, and many believe 2010 will be a critical time, both economically and politically. Despite the challenges, and after much encouragement, I have decided to run for the Montana State Senate.
Some have asked why I would take time away from managing a successful law firm serving clients, and instead serve as a legislator during the four-month biennial sessions. Simply stated, serving the public is central to good citizenship. In addition, you probably already know of my demonstrated commitment to conservative principles, including:
- Protecting constitutional rights to life, liberty and property,
- Demanding accountability in government spending, and
- Promoting private sector prosperity by adding value to our resources.
These fundamental principles have always been important through out history, and are even more so now. I am running to effectively advance these principles in our State.
Many have already contacted me asking how you can help in the campaign. I am humbled by your offers. Senate District 35 is enormous, stretching from Three Forks to West Yellowstone, with Manhattan, Churchill, Gallatin Gateway, and Big Sky in between. In addition, since this is an open seat, there will be a hotly contested Republican primary in less than 5 months. Accordingly, the race will not be easy, and it will take a tremendous amount of effort and resources to win. I’m asking you to be part of the Wittich for Senate team by contributing financially to my campaign, posting road and yards signs, and going door to door. Working together as a team we will be successful. As your new Senator I will be your conservative, respectful, effective voice in the Montana State Senate. Thank you for your support!
If you have any questions about my positions or the campaign, please call or email me.
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Me giving a speech.