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Thank You I want to sincerely thank all of the people who voted for me, Joel volunteered their time, donated to my campaign, wrote letters to the editor, put up signs or were there with an encouraging word these past few months. I know I couldn't have done this campaign Krautter for MT House District 35 without all of you Looking for common sense solutions that put people first and striving to bring people together is the only way we will ever solve problems and get things accomplished that benefit our communities. The Republican Party is at its best when we lead with bold ideas to make our communities, state and nation a better and more prosperous place to work and live. We are still benefiting today from the future oriented Republican leadership of Abraham Lincoln (Homestead Act, land grant colleges, abolishment of slavery and who saved the country from being torn apart), Theodore Roosevelt (Antitrust/pro-consumer and pro-worker laws, national parks, and irrigation projects like the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project locally) and Dwight Eisenhower (U.S. Interstate System) to name a few. These ideas have been transformative to our country and to the west especially. Contrast these visionary Republican ideas with the lack of ideas coming from the extremist faction in the Republican Party today, who rather than leading with ideas seem to be solely fixated on reducing government to a size that they like to say, can be drowned in the bathtub. There are always reforms and efficiencies we can make in government, and we should be willing to evaluate whether programs are functioning as intended or need to be eliminated. Yet we must also realize government has a role to play in creating a better and more just society, even if we want to keep that role limited. As we chart a hopeful path forward, we must continue to prioritize these common sense problem-solving values and not withdraw from the public arena. If we care about moving our communities, state and country forward, it will take all of us staying engaged in the political process and staying informed. Sincerely, Joel Krautter Paid for by Joel Krautter for House, P.O. Box 1142, Sidney, MT 59270, Melissa Norby Sanders, Treasurer, Republican. Thank You I want to sincerely thank all of the people who voted for me, Joel volunteered their time, donated to my campaign, wrote letters to the editor, put up signs or were there with an encouraging word these past few months. I know I couldn't have done this campaign Krautter for MT House District 35 without all of you Looking for common sense solutions that put people first and striving to bring people together is the only way we will ever solve problems and get things accomplished that benefit our communities. The Republican Party is at its best when we lead with bold ideas to make our communities, state and nation a better and more prosperous place to work and live. We are still benefiting today from the future oriented Republican leadership of Abraham Lincoln (Homestead Act, land grant colleges, abolishment of slavery and who saved the country from being torn apart), Theodore Roosevelt (Antitrust/pro-consumer and pro-worker laws, national parks, and irrigation projects like the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project locally) and Dwight Eisenhower (U.S. Interstate System) to name a few. These ideas have been transformative to our country and to the west especially. Contrast these visionary Republican ideas with the lack of ideas coming from the extremist faction in the Republican Party today, who rather than leading with ideas seem to be solely fixated on reducing government to a size that they like to say, can be drowned in the bathtub. There are always reforms and efficiencies we can make in government, and we should be willing to evaluate whether programs are functioning as intended or need to be eliminated. Yet we must also realize government has a role to play in creating a better and more just society, even if we want to keep that role limited. As we chart a hopeful path forward, we must continue to prioritize these common sense problem-solving values and not withdraw from the public arena. If we care about moving our communities, state and country forward, it will take all of us staying engaged in the political process and staying informed. Sincerely, Joel Krautter Paid for by Joel Krautter for House, P.O. Box 1142, Sidney, MT 59270, Melissa Norby Sanders, Treasurer, Republican.