Monday, May 14, 2018
Keogh is a well-qualified candidate
Susie Orr, Missoulian Letter to the Editor
Missoula is fortunate to have well-qualified candidates running in the Democratic legislative primary, particularly women candidates. I have gotten to know several of them and ask you to consider their experience and qualifications.
Katie Sullivan in House District 89, Connie Keogh in HD91, Lee Bridges HD92, and Kim Dudik in HD94.
All of these women bring a breadth of knowledge and experience that will serve Missoulians well in the legislature. Lee Bridges is her district, from E. Missoula to Seeley Lake, she's a proud member of the sheet metal workers union and is a board member of the East Missoula Community Council, one of the many boards she has served on. An original member of the Boomer Brigade, she helped register over 400 students to vote in last year's special election.
Connie Keogh's experience as a teacher and conservationist allows her to work across the aisle with a certain Republican majority to get work done.
Katie Sullivan will work to attract clean industries and technologies to Montana so our kids can stay here, and Kim Dudik's work for Missoula and Montana has been tireless.
Please vote and put an extra stamp on your ballot.