Vice President Mike Pence said during a campaign stop in Montana on Monday that a vote for Montana Gov. Steve Bullock (D) is a vote for the “radical left.”
Pence visited Belgrade, Montana, in a campaign rally for Sen. Steve Daines’ (R-MT) reelection bid, who faces a competitive challenge from the sitting Democrat governor.
Pence touted Daines’ conservative record in the Senate, referring to him as a “man of faith” and a “fighter for everything that makes Montana great.”
Pence charged, “A vote for Steve Bullock is a vote for the agenda of the radical left.”
“I am now [Senate Minority Leader] Schumer’s No. 1 target for defeat,” Daines said during the campaign rally. He added that control of the U.S. Senate depends on his reelection.
The campaign rally also featured Rep. Greg Gianforte, who hopes to become the state’s next governor, and Matt Rosendale, who hopes to become the state’s next at-large congressman.