Timothy Adams filed as a challenger Monday against Democratic Sen. Jon Tester, who faces a tough re-election campaign, in a race where a Green Party candidate could siphon votes from the Democrat. (AP)
Indeed, we know just as a matter of arithmetic that if Green Party voters had backed the Democratic ticket in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin in 2016, Donald Trump would not be president today.
With this in mind, is it any wonder apparent schemes like this one in Montana pop up?
The Associated Press’ report added that Montana’s Green Party, which only qualified as a state party this week, will have more than one candidate prepared to run against Tester. As a result, Timothy Adams – the guy who was on the Republicans’ payroll – will have Green Party primary rivals, if he remains on the ballot.