J.O.B.S. in Havre
By Ron VandenBoom
Lt. Gov. Judy Martz, Republican candidate for governor, and her running mate, house majority whip Karl Ohs, will be at the Atrium in downtown Havre Wednesday, Feb. 2, to unveil their economic blueprint for the state.
The unveiling will take place in the lower level common area of the Atrium at 4 p.m.
Martz said her economic blueprint is called the J.O.B.S. Plan, standing for Jobs and Opportunities for a Better State.
"Building a better economy is the foundation of my campaign for governor, and I am taking my plan to the people," Martz said.
Martz is revealing the plan in a three-day, 13-city blitz of Montana.
"We'll share our plan with Montanans in every corner of our state, from all walks of life and from every background," she said. "Karl Ohs and I mean business, and we have a blueprint that will help us build a better economy and a better future for Montana."
Martz said she has developed the plan after traveling the state and speaking with workers, economic experts, legislators, and businessmen and women.
She said the plan will outline the steps Montana needs to take to create jobs and expand Montana's economy.
"Karl and I will work day and night to create jobs and build a better economy," Martz said.