This "Letter to the Editor" was submitted to both the Broadwater Reporter and the Independent Record on May 2, 2015 by Gary Carson of Townsend.
We are reprinting Gary's letter to the editor courtesy of Gary Carson. We believe it is as relevant today as when it was written:
Facebook denies claims by Gianforte that they did not select a Montana site because of business equipment tax. Facebook says they never met with Gianforte and that the Montana business equipment tax did NOT disqualify Montana for a Facebook server site. They said they will continue to include Montana, as well as other states, for future Facebook sites.
For more: Facebook denies Gianforte claims
Just hours ago New Jersey multimillionaire Greg Gianforte attended the Hometown Helena event where he was asked four times about his support for job-killing, pro-discrimination laws similar to North Carolina and Indiana. All four timesGianforte dodged the question by reciting an inaccurate talking point.
As more questions surface about where New Jersey multimillionaire Greg Gianforte spent his fortune, and his position on job-killing discrimination laws that would hurt Montana's economy, Gianforte continues to hide from Montanans and responds "no comment."
To read more go to "Gianforte remains Montana's No-Comment Candidate"
Greg Gianforte was caught attending PAC-money fundraiser in Washington DC. This comes weeks after Gianforte signed a "pledge" to not raise PAC funds, confirming his "pledge" was nothing more than a political gimmick.
This week Montanans celebrate Sunshine Week and the bipartisan Disclose Act: the new Montana law championed by Governor Steve Bullock to bring more transparency to elections. Each day this week the Montana Democratic Party will send questions that New Jersey multimillionaire Greg Gianforte continues to dodge.