Rehberg’s wife hits Main Street

21_rehberg_4011REHBERG’S WIFE HERE  — Jan Rehberg talked and took questions at Frontline AG on Monday before stopping in at the I-O for a quick interview.  Photo courtesy of Kyler Nerison




Jan Rehberg, the wife of Congressman and U.S. Senate candidate Denny Rehberg was campaigning for her husband on Monday.

One of her stops, before coming to the I-O, was a stop in front of Frontline Ag to talk about the Congressman’s campaign to “Liberate Main Street”.

At the newspaper, Rehberg commented that the, “campaign is going good, but you always want it to be better.”

She went on to add, “It’s exciting to go around the state, visiting with old friends and meeting new folks to talk about what we can do to get our economy and country back on track.”

“That is to ‘liberate Main Street’ by getting government of the backs of Montana’s job creators so they can put people back to work,” she said.

Rehberg acknowledged that this is an important campaign, not just for the state, but for the country as well.

“While Denny is back in Washington much of this month working to do what’s right for Montana, we’re talking to voters and keeping the momentum,” she noted.