Representative Powers spoke at the North Fork Interlocal meeting in Sondreson Community Hall north of Polebridge. The Interlocal is held twice a year as a way to facilitate communication between North Fork landowners and the various agencies who manage public land in the North Fork. 96% of the land in the North Fork is public land which is why it remains remote and fairly undeveloped. The meeting, which usually packs the Hall to overflowing, was purposefully kept to under 50 people this year. Almost everyone at the meeting wore masks in order to protect each other during the COVID pandemic.
Powers For The People campaign celebrated the 4th of July in Polebridge, Montana in House District 3. Although the official parade was cancelled, Representative Powers joined a “spontaneous eruption of patriotic fervor” and participated in the “Freedom Cruise” through Polebridge.
Rep Debo Powers shows off new campaign t-shirt after hiking to Thoma Lookout in House District 3. Campaign volunteers will be wearing this shirt too.
The new bumper stickers for the Powers For The People Campaign have arrived! Request one by emailing the campaign. Click on the button above that says: Get in Touch!
Representative Powers participated in a Triathlon with constituents in House District 3. The Triathlon consisted of hiking (11.5 miles), mountain biking (16 miles), paddling the North Fork of the Flathead River (10 miles). This was a different type of “campaign trail.”
This week was a busy week for conventions. On Wednesday, the Flathead County Democratic Convention was held on Zoom. Representative Debo Powers was chosen as a delegate to the Montana Democratic Convention also held on Zoom. Friday was the platform convention where the State Democratic Platform was revised and approved. Saturday was the delegate convention where delegates to the national convention were chosen. Although delegates would have rather met in person to conduct business, the COVID crisis required holding the conventions on Zoom.
In her uncontested Primary Election, Representative Powers won in a landslide! Now, the General Election begins!
Looking into Montana’s spectacular public lands reminds campaign volunteers why they are working so hard for Rep. Debo Powers. Preserving and protecting our public lands is a key issue for Powers For the People.
Jared Sousa, the campaign Field Director is setting up Phone Banks three times a week for volunteers to call voters in House District 3. Below, there is a link to a sign up sheet where folks can sign up for shifts and do calls together! This is one way to work together while we are social distancing during the COVID crisis.
Debo Powers is running for election in House District 3 for future generations: a healthy planet including clean air, clean water, clean energy and a sustainable, just, and equitable society including quality education, affordable healthcare, and good jobs.