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Steve Daines | Montana's At-Large District
Endorsed: July 26,2012
[General Election Opponent: Kim Gillan (D)]
In July of 2011, Steve Daines announced his candidacy for the open U.S. House seat vacated by Denny Rehberg. Prior to running for Congress, Steve Daines worked both nationally and internationally as a manager with Procter & Gamble. In 1997, Steve and his family returned to their Montana roots to join his family’s construction business before joining RightNow Technologies as a start-up business. He helped the company grow and served in various leadership positions ranging from sales or customer service. As a political activist, Steve Daines served at the 1984 GOP National Convention as one of the youngest delegates for President Ronald Reagan, helped found the non-profit Giveitback.com, and served as Governor Mike Huckabees Montana chairman for his Presidential campaign. He understands the devastating impact that the pro-abortion health care reform law will have on women and unborn children – as well as the conscience rights of individuals in the health care industry and beyond. He has worked tenaciously to stop Obamacare in Montana.
Steve Daines is an articulate and dedicated pro-life candidate who will undoubtedly be a strong leader on Life in the U.S. House of Representatives. In addition to being endorsed by the Susan B. Anthony List, he has been endorsed by Right to Life of Montana, National Federation of Independent Business, Montana Chamber of Commerce, Gun Owners of America, and Congressman Denny Rehberg. Steve won the Montana Republican primary with 71 percent of the vote.
Steve’s opponent, Kim Gillan, has been endorsed by pro-abortion organizations including NARAL Pro-Choice America and the Women’s Campaign Fund. While serving in the Montana state legislature, she opposed efforts to stop taxpayer funding of abortion and abortion businesses like Planned Parenthood. Steve Daines is a true pro-life leader who will represent the interests of Montana women and families far better than his pro-abortion opponent.