District: Montana, At-Large
Primary Date: 06/05/2018
Primary Type: Open
My work as a consumer protection lawyer has shown me that there are two economies and two sets of rules: one for the rich and powerful, and one for everyone else.” - John Heenan
Justice Democrats is proud to support candidates with a positive vision for our future. As establishment strategies continue to fail the people, John Heenan fights for a platform to uplift the lives of the extraordinary people he would represent by replacing the incumbent and fighting to:
- Passing Medicare-for-All to guarantee health care as a right
- Raising the minimum wage to a living wage
- Free public colleges and universities
- Fighting climate change
- Fixing our immigration policy and providing a pathway towards citizenship
- Ending mass incarceration and reforming our broken criminal justice system
- Getting big money out of politics
John Heenan is an advocate for people who believes we need real change to fix the dysfunction in Washington and that both parties need to prioritize everyday families instead of wealthy corporations. As a consumer protection advocate, Heenan has a track record of helping Montanans stand up to bullies and beat arrogant CEOs, powerful banks, greedy payday loan companies, and insurance companies. Heenan even helped a couple in Montana, whose home was wrongfully foreclosed upon, beat Bank of America in court to get their home back. Heenan supports protecting the Social Security and Medicare benefits that were promised to our seniors when they retired, and he will oppose politicians who want to turn over our retirement funds to Wall Street banks
”Like you, I believe in a better Montana. Montana deserves a representative who will be honest with them, and won’t resort to lies and deception. Montana deserves a representative who will follow the law, instead of placing him or herself above it.” - John Heenan
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