Just yesterday, it was released that Democratic Congressional Candidate Rob Quist isn’t very responsible with money. The state of Montana filed 3 liens for about $15,000 dollars in back taxes. These back taxes were owed over a span of 8 years; starting in 2007 and not being resolved until 2015.
While backpedaling on the issue, Rob Quist stated he also currently owes a collection agency $10,000 for a defaulted loan.
That’s a $25,000 track record of not being able to manage money correctly. Rob Quist clearly just can’t get his finances in order. Should we really be sending him to congress?
The Montana Democratic Party has no problem nominating people who have financial issues. Remember when Amanda Curtis pocketed campaign donations?.
One unique way his campaign is raising money is by hosting a “Very Adult Cabaret” in Whitefish, MT. We reported on the dark money group “Big Sky Rising” when we discovered they would be fundraising for the campaign.
This strange effort to use a Dark Money front group to raise funds for a Congressional campaign ought to be raising eyebrows in the Commissioner of Political Practices Office.
It’s abundantly obvious that Rob Quist is not good with his personal finances, and now that is bleeding over to the campaign. But outright coordination with a Dark Money group? Montanans don’t buy that.
Rob Quist and his campaign seem to have issues managing money. Whether it be through tax delinquency or shady campaign coordination.
No wonder the establishment Democrats nominated this guy. Like we reported in an earlier post: Rob Quist is the Hillary Clinton in this race.
Progressives in Montana should be leery of a guy like this.