Kathleen Williams is the Democratic nominee taking on one of the wealthiest members of Congress for the state’s sole House seat, which the GOP has held for nearly three decades

It’s 90 minutes before daylight on a late summer day when Kathleen Williams loads up her camper truck with signs and stickers and hits the campaign trail, today a 200-mile drive across southern Montana to Crow Fair, one of the largest Native American powwows in North America.

For Williams, the 57-year-old Democratic nominee for Montana’s lone congressional seat, the Crow Indian Reservation just north of Wyoming is unfamiliar territory. She’s driven 35,000 miles all over the state stumping for votes this year, many in this truck but most in her electric hybrid car, with her dog Danni, a spring-loaded german wirehaired pointer and the star of Williams’ first campaign ad.

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