For 50 years, the Montana Constitution has protected our rights and freedoms – including our right to a clean and healthful environment, our right to know what our government is doing, and our right to have a say in state decisions. Now it’s our turn to protect the Constitution from a small group of reckless extremists who want to dismantle our rights and freedoms during this legislative session.
We have a plan and a path to successfully defend this sacred document, but we can’t succeed if we’re not vocal! We need to let our legislators know how Montanans feel about our Constitution and inspire them do the right thing. Come rally with us!
We the People: Rally for Montana’s Constitution
Wednesday, February 1 at Noon
Montana State Capitol Rotunda in Helena
- Marc Racicot is a former Governor (1993 to 2001) and Attorney General (1989 to 1993) of the state of Montana.
- Dorothy Bradley was elected to the Montana Legislature in 1970, when she was the only woman serving in the House. She served for 16 years, including before and after the 1972 Constitution was adopted, giving her a special perspective as the document celebrates its 50th birthday.
- Lucy Hochschartner is a globally-competitive biathlete, and a youth-focused community advocate with years of organizing experience.
- Other speakers may be added to this event.
The Montana Logging and Ballet Co., a nationally-celebrated satirical comedy group who were frequent contributors to National Public Radio’s Sunday Weekend Edition, are coming out of retirement for the event to perform a new song.
Questions? Contact Svein at (406) 248-1154 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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