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Letter

Montana women and men, stand up and be heard! Make sure you are letting lawmakers know we will not allow sexual harassment and sexual assault to continue. No women or man should be afraid to report.

What has happened to us? Are we no longer decent human beings? Where has our respect for others rights gone?

Look at this headline: “GOP lawmaker rips mic from Democratic candidate’s hands during debate. When he was done talking, Rep. Duane Quam just tossed the mic in front of her.” There are hundreds more of these headlines.

What have we become? We want to say about the younger generation, "they have no respect," but adults stand up behind the president of the United States and say “lock her up” because she reported a sexual assault.

If you want this to change, vote out or don’t vote for anyone who would represent Montana in local elections, the U.S. Senate or House of Representatives who condones these kinds of behaviors. Stand up and speak out against anyone who thinks sexual assault is “no big deal.”

Please be sure you are registered to vote and exercise your right to vote on Nov. 6. This is important.

Diane Thomas-Rupert,

Stevensville

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