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Democrat Ryan Busse enters the Montana governor’s race



Montana – A Kalispell Democrat has entered the campaign to become Montana’s next governor in 2024. Former guns executive Ryan Busse received widespread media attention for his book, which is critical of the firearms industry. Additionally, he has been a vocal opponent of Republican governor Greg Gianforte.

Early on Thursday morning, the Associated Press was the first to announce that Busse’s campaign had begun. Busse characterizes himself as a ranch kid, hunter, fisherman, and a loyal Democrat in a campaign video that was swiftly posted by the team. He criticizes Gianforte’s stance on public education, anti-abortion views, and tax policies.

16 young plaintiffs who sued the state for failing to address climate change included two of Busse’s sons. After a two-week trial this summer, the plaintiffs prevailed.

Despite being eligible for a second term, Governor Gianforte has not yet disclosed his plans for 2024. The governor “remains focused on building upon what he committed to do and has proudly accomplished so far,” such as lowering taxes, paying off the state’s debt, and raising teacher pay, according to Kaitlin Price, a spokesman for the governor.

Republican from Lakeside Rep. Tanner Smith declared his candidacy for the position in June.



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