Don't vote for any candidate who supports the sale or transfer of our national forests or other federal lands. That is my advice to voters who enjoy hunting or fishing and other outdoor activities in our state. Politicians who advocate such measures don't belong in public office. They have allowed their pursuit of an ideology to replace their responsibility to govern. Tactics such as this are one of the reasons our Congress now has an approval rating of less than 10 percent.

John Gibson

Billings

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