Montana State University professor of international relations Franke Wilmer thinks her life experience as a single mom who had to work her way through college is a good credential for moving from the state legislature to the U.S. House. In this feature interview, the Bozeman democrat talks with News Director Sally Mauk about her pledge to restore the American dream if elected
Glenn Greenwald recently wrote an article for Salon.com that highlighted Franke Wilmer as one of three congressional candidates that are "genuinely exciting and viable, and thus very much worthy of attention and support." Click below to read the entire article on Salon.com.
Today Democracy for America (DFA) endorsed Franke Wilmer for Congress. Wilmer has a strong progressive record in Montana as a state legislator for Montana’s 64th district.
"Franke is the kind of woman Montanan’s should send to Washington,” said Jim Dean, Chair of DFA. “She’s always been a fighter for middle class Montanans and understands that we can’t dismantle programs that made this country great. Her candidacy will bring a true progressive to Washington representing the needs of her state.”