I am writing to give my support and ask for you to join me in electing a refreshing, hard-working, newcomer to the political scene: Let’s elect Dana Sapp Seidel as our new member of the Montana House of Representatives from HD 34.
She is moderate in her thinking and "fits" our area that she will be representing which is part of Hill and Blaine counties.
Dana is a moderate thinker, a trait necessary in a legislator who will be able to work with other moderate legislators on both sides of the aisle. Dana will be going to the Legislature with no personal agenda and no axe to grind. She has integrity, she can think and speak for herself and her constituents, and will be a “Voice for All The People. ”
Dana opposes her opponent’s efforts to get government involved in one of the most sensitive and difficult decisions that a woman may have to make — a decision best left to her, the father, the attending doctor and her religious convictions. As one who opposes abortion, I also oppose government getting more involved in our personal lives.
Dana supports education, including her alma mater Montana State University-Northern, and all other levels of our public school system. Working in law enforcement herself, she is strong on her support to the degree she upholds all laws on the books and does not believe people in that line of work should pick-and-choose about enforcement.
Dana is a supporter of the Second Amendment year-round, not only at election time as my friend Ruben McKinney inferred in his recent letter to the editor. Democrats hunt during hunting season. Democrats support self-defense rights year-round; Democrats participate in shooting sports year-round. Dana and her husband Scott joined the Trap Club several years ago. She has won awards for being the top woman shooter. Dana secured her concealed weapons license several years ago. Any concerned gun owner can trust Dana to support them in the upcoming legislative session.
With her nursing education and varied medical background, Dana will be invaluable in dealing with medical issues certain to take center stage in the upcoming legislative session: the medical marijuana issue, the assisted suicide/death with dignity issue, and the implementation of the new federal health care reform law, the Affordability Act, with much of the implementation having been left up to the states.
Let’s put a person back in this district who will listen to all of us and be a “Voice for All The People. ”