Good News in Missouri and Montana
President Trump traveled to Missouri to support State Attorney General Josh Hawley (R-MO), the conservative candidate challenging Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO).
Trump called Hawley a “star” and urged voters to support him. “Get out in 2018,” he said, “because you’re voting for me.”
Hawley is now tied with McCaskill in the average of polls, but leads by 3 points in the most recent survey. This is one of the best pick-up opportunities that we have this year, but Hawley needs help countering the liberal money flooding in to support McCaskill.
McCaskill has a disapproval rating of 46%, making her the most unpopular incumbent senator up for reelection. She can be defeated, but we need to help Josh Hawley get his message out.
We also have some great news to share from Montana.
After trailing Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) by 8 percentage points back in June, State Auditor Matt Rosendale (R-MT) has made steady gains and now only trails by 2 points.
Tester is desperately trying to hide his liberal record from the voters and is pretending to be a conservative.
He likes to portray himself as an avid hunter even though it was recently discovered that he hasn’t had a hunting license in six years.
Tester also casts himself as a taxpayer watchdog despite voting against President Trump’s tax cuts and repeatedly voting to raise the debt limit. He’s no watchdog; he’s Chuck Schumer’s lap dog!
We’re making real progress in several key Senate races and we’re extremely grateful for all your support.