With t-minus 2 days until election day Montana Democratic Candidates made a stop at the Paris Gibson Art Museum in Great Falls to encourage voters to make their voices heard. So we asked all the candidates the same question, "why should those who are unsure if their vote counts in the election go to the polls" here's what they had to say...
"Everybody that has kids and grand kids and want to make the future that much better for the state they need to vote because their vote really is their voice and for the next few days all of us can equally influence these elections." -Governor Bullock
"Voters are extremely important this is race all about improving protecting and preserving our public schools we need our voters to get out there and vote and tell their friends and family and everybody they know that pubic schools are worth it and our kids are worth it" Melissa Romano (D) ST Supt. Of Public Instruction
"You know you may feel discouraged about the presidential race and negative rhetoric that's going on but it's so important to take a look at these state wide races these races make a difference to everyday Montanans"-Congressional Candidate Denise Juneau
"Voters are important because their the ones who are going to decide who runs our government and in all these offices they are absolutely critical you have the top tier offices with the president, governor and congress"-ST Auditor Candidate Jesse Laslovich