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Ravalli County Democrats

The beautiful Bitterroot Valley is our home.

We believe in building an inclusive and tolerant community, with equal justice for all.

Please join us as we work together to get our voices heard and to elect public officials that represent our rural Montana values.

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We are the party of the people.

We believe, as Franklin Roosevelt said,

"This country will not be a good place to live in unless we make it a good place for all of us to live in".

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Yum! Get together with your fellow and sister Dems, Thursdays, 4-6P at the Backyard Taphouse in Florence.

“Montana's ranchers raise the best cattle in the world. If Taco Bell needs to beef up, they can give their customers the highest quality meat around by using Montana beef, and in the process, support agriculture jobs in Montana.”

— Jon Tester

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Revisiting K. Ross Toole’s lecture “The Winds of Montana” to prepare for an interview tomorrow and came across this poignant message from Toole from 1985: “While space is costly, it has now become extraordinarily precious and therein lies the root of things. And therein lies the root of optimism on many peoples part, because America has not run out of space, but it is about to run out of quality space. And it is quality space Montana has in abundance. Beautiful space, clean space, quiet space, space rich in the qualities Americans, having increasingly lost it elsewhere, are now seeking and have never sought it before. And while supply and demand is not an immutable economic law, it does remain true that if what people want becomes more and more limited in supply, the demand for it becomes greater and greater. And if properly handled, the value increases accordingly. If space and distance have been Montana’s historical curse, and they have been, they have now become Montana’s blessing and it would be a terrible irony if we were to turn a curse into a blessing only to turn it back into a curse.” Archival photo of Missoula circa 1965 from the University of Montana. ... See MoreSee Less

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