Big Sky Democrats went for Kathleen Williams (pictured) in the crowded June primary. Missoula’s Grant Kier finished second in the local 64B voting precinct, while Billing’s John Heenan came in third.

Fundraiser for Kathleen Williams at Olive B’s

In Big Sky’s 64B voting precinct, congressional hopeful Kathleen Williams received 150 votes and went on to win not only the precinct, but the entire Democratic primary on June 5. On Monday, Aug. 20, Williams will be in Big Sky to thank everyone personally while also asking supporters to donate to her campaign. 

     “Please mark your calendars and plan on attending,” urged local supporter Robin Hicks in a recent email. “This will be a great opportunity to meet and chat with Kathleen regarding her experience, platform and to ask any other questions you may have.”

     Williams faces another Gallatin County resident, Republican Greg Gianforte, in the Nov. 6 general election for Montana’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. 

     The Aug. 20 event begins at 6 p.m. at Olive B’s in Meadow Village. —DM

 

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