No Red Flags For Montana!

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As your next Governor of Montana, I will not sign any Red Flag Laws! If any Red Flag legislation is passed by the Montana State Legislature, it will receive a swift and decisive veto from me! I believe Montanans are smarter than to allow Bloomberg funded organizations and policies to take root here. Montanans do not need unconstitutional gun seizure …

Making Montana Healthcare Affordable

In Recent News by AlforMontana

This year is the 10th anniversary of the passage of Obamacare.  Despite the promises of affordable healthcare, if you pay for your healthcare out of your own pocket, you cannot afford it.  If the government pays for your healthcare, you don’t control it.  If you’re a veteran, you can’t access it.  It is time for Montana to take back control …

We Never Quit!

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“Despite the rumors and lies and backstabbing and the flip-flopping, I’m in this race until the end.  I will not be bullied, bought or body-slammed out of this race.  Montana deserves a Governor that is a fighter, and I am the man for the job.” While the Montana news media made these 2 sentences in my opening monologue the most …

**Gubernatorial Debate** Tonight In Billings!!

In Recent News by AlforMontana

Tonight in Billings will be the second gubernatorial debate! The topics are healthcare, public safety, jobs, and economy. Let me share with you Dr. Al’s first-hand experience regarding these issues. As an orthopedic surgeon and vice-chair of the Joint Health and Human Services Committee, Dr. Al knows the ins and outs of our healthcare system and how costs have become …

March For Life – Walking The Talk

In Recent News by AlforMontana

This past chilly weekend, Sen. Ken Bogner and I were humbled by the warm welcome we received at the 2020 March for Life rallies in Helena, Bozeman, and Billings.  That’s right!  We spoke and marched in three different rallies in order to support the Pro-Life community groups across Montana.  Why?  Life is sacred to us!  All life has dignity.  As …

Passing On The Love Of Hunting To The Next Generation

In Recent News by AlforMontana

I am proud of my daughter. She did not take the shot. That’s right! She didn’t take the shot. In late November, Alaura and I had the opportunity to hunt Whitetail deer on the shores of Flathead Lake. It was her first hunt. Once we reached the frosty forest of aspen trees, we caught a glimpse of a large four-point …

Senator Daines’ Water Compact Legislation Fails to Protect Western Montana

In Recent News by AlforMontana

Less than one month ago, Senator Daines introduced Senate Bill 3019, The Montana Water Rights Protection Act, to the US Senate.  In his attempt to fix the CSKT Water Compact, which is the most divisive legislation in modern Montana history, Sen. Daines made the issue worse.   The legislative intent of his bill is to obtain congressional approval of the CSKT …

Campaign Recap of 2019 (In a heartbeat)

In Recent News by AlforMontana

As 2019 comes to a close, I would like to share with you my story running to be your next Governor of Montana. It is said that a picture tells a story better than a lot of words. Here is the pictorial recap of our 2019 campaign. After driving 40,000 miles, crisscrossing the entire state, it is clear that Montana’s greatest treasure …

Merry Christmas Montana!

In Recent News by AlforMontana

Tis the Season for Family! Today was another beautiful day in the Flathead Valley. It was a great day to gather our family together for our annual family photo and to celebrate an early Christmas.  I hope this Christmas finds you celebrating with your family and friends. Let us keep in our prayers our brothers and sisters who are separated …

We Serve, Not Rule

In Recent News by AlforMontana

While campaigning in a Billings coffee shop, I went to take a seat at a table next to a group of Republican coffee drinkers.  Before I could sit down I heard, “this is a Democrat table.”  The voice came from a woman sitting at the end of the large table.  Sensing that first blood had been drawn, I sat down …