"I trust Zach on the issues that I most deeply care about, and I trust that he believes in them to his core. But I also trust his instincts to craft compromises where they must be crafted, and his ability to do it well and respectfully. I trust him to be totally honest; to work tirelessly as he always has, and to be kind. Zachary has been my friend since he was three. It is a special celebration for me that he is entering politics at the same age and in the wonderful community that I did."
Dorothy Bradley was elected to eight terms in the Montana House of Representatives. She ran for Congress in 1978, and was the Democratic nominee for Governor in 1992.
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