Pat Noonan Endorses Andy Shirtliff for PSC

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In a very crucial early endorsement Pat Noonan has thrown his support to Andy Shirtliff in his race for Public Service Commission.

Noonan is a widely respected former lawmaker who was integral in crafting the bipartisan coalition that passed Medicaid Expansion and the DISCLOSE Act in the 2015 legislative session. Pat Noonan is from Butte, America and his endorsement is sought out by candidates from all over Montana. To receive it at this early stage in his campaign for PSC you know that Shirtliff is working hard and working smart.

Pat Noonan stated in his endorsement of Andy Shirtliff that:

“The old ideas of the all Republican PSC has not produced good results for MT consumers. Andy represents new ideas, new enthusiasm and a person who will protect Montana consumers on the PSC. I endorse Andy Shirtliff’s candidacy for the PSC because we need new energy and a fresh perspective on the commission.”

Andy Shirtliff’s campaign has a massive amount of momentum and it shows in the energy that embodies Andy Shirtliff and his candidacy. Shirtliff has been working extremely hard in this race and is out meeting voters, securing these crucial endorsements as well as fundraising for what will be a crucial race for the future of Montana.

On that note Shirtliff, a native of Kalispell, will be in the Flathead doing events all over the valley this weekend.

Andy Shirtliff will be in Columbia Falls today at 3pm: RSVP HERE

Andy Shirtliff will be in Whitefish today at 5pm: RSVP HERE

Andy Shirtliff will be in Kalispell on Saturday for a Flash Fundraiser at Kalispell Brewing Company at 5pm: RSVP HERE

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