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  1. Waltham

    @NicoleRedstaffMT

    NicoleRedstaffMT: Watching election results at home in Missoula with Ron and the kids. Fingers crossed. #Election2018
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    Campaigning 2018

    Character: Nicole Redstaff For Ted Cruz in TX: 1 tier-3 positive ad, targeting moderate liberals ($45,000,000) Total ad cost: $45,000,000 For House Republicans: 3 rallies, targeting moderate conservatives Party hours: 4 rallies for House Republicans, targeting moderate conservatives
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    Campaigning 2018

    Character: Nicole Redstaff For Matt Rosendale in MT: Two rallies targeting nationalists and moderate liberals For House Republicans: Two rallies targeting moderate liberals Party hours: 2 fundraisers in MT
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    Campaigning 2018

    Nicole Redstaff: For Matt Rosendale in MT: 2 rallies, each targeting nationalists and moderate liberals For House Republicans: 2 rallies targeting moderate liberals Player hours / Fundraising: 1 fundraiser in MT targeting nationalists 1 fundraiser in MT targeting moderate conservatives
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    Campaigning 2018

    Nicole Redstaff: For Matt Rosendale in MT: Four tier-3 advertisements, targeted to moderates – Ad #1: "Montana's Public Lands": Rosendale's commitment to environmental stewardship for the benefit of public use. Ad #2: "A Better Deal for Veterans": Rosendale's plan to reform the VA and provide better healthcare and services to veterans. Ad #3: "Social Security and Medicare": Montana's seniors paid into Social Security and Medicare; Matt Rosendale will ensure their solvency. Ad #4: "Washington Outsider": Facets of Washington corruption is contrasted with Rosendale's status as a Washington outsider. For Josh Hawley in MO: Two rallies, both targeting moderate conservatives (2 hours total). For Mike Braun in IN: One rally targeting moderate conservatives (1 hour).
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    @NicoleRedstaffMT

    NicoleRedstaffMT: Saddened by the news of President Macmillan's death. Praying for his family. NicoleRedstaffMT: Also praying for our new president, Kyle Fitzgerald. Now is a time for healing.
  7. OFFICIAL PRESS OFFICE OF U.S. REP. NICOLE REDSTAFF, R-MONT. - Billings, Mont. / Washington, D.C. OFFICIAL SPOKESPERSONS: R.J. Vinson in Billings / Eric Gutierrez in Washington GREAT FALLS, Mont.- U.S. Rep. Nicole Redstaff, R-Mont., spoke on the death of President Dylan Macmillan: Rep. Redstaff has suspended all events on her public calendar until further notice. Tonight, she appeared at a remembrance service in honor of the president at Trinity Lutheran Church in Great Falls. ###
  8. Nicole Redstaff OFFICIAL PRESS OFFICE OF U.S. REP. NICOLE REDSTAFF, R-MONT. - Billings, Mont. / Washington, D.C. OFFICIAL SPOKESPERSONS: R.J. Vinson in Billings / Eric Gutierrez in Washington GREAT FALLS, Mont.- U.S. Rep. Nicole Redstaff, R-Mont., spoke on the death of President Dylan Macmillan: Rep. Redstaff has suspended all events on her public calendar until further notice. Tonight, she appeared at a remembrance service in honor of the president at Trinity Lutheran Church in Great Falls. ### View full PR
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    @NicoleRedstaffMT

    Official Twitter of NicRedPAC, the official political action committee of U.S. Rep. Nicole Redstaff, R-Mont. NicRedPAC, Helena, MT 59601 • Evan Clarkston, treasurer and executive director
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    Charisma 1

    Done.
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    Cash 2

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    Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act

    Mr. Speaker, I am an American citizen and a Montana resident who holds a Montana concealed-carry permit. I also hold a Montana driver's license, and I drive a car that has a Montana license plate. If I were to place my handgun into my jacket, and then get into my car and drive west towards Washington State – a state that does not honor Montana concealed-carry permits – I would be breaking the law once I enter Washington. Yet, I would only be breaking the law with respect to my handgun; the state of Washington would have no problem honoring my credentials to drive or my vehicle's credentials to be operated on the road. This is made more nonsensical by the fact that both Washington and Montana are shall-issue states. Some may roll their eyes at this comparison, but in a given year, auto vehicles rival guns as causes of death and injury. If I'm to be arrested for having the "wrong" firearms license, why am I not to be arrested for driving with the "wrong" license? It has been mentioned that our nation has a right to keep and bear arms. It is not sensible for this right to be restricted based on what part of the country you happen to be in, especially when this expectation is lacking in other areas of licensure. I yield.
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    Defund Planned Parenthood Act

    Mr. Speaker, I rise in support of this bill. Planned Parenthood is not an organization dedicated to women's health or to reproductive health. In fact, as a woman and a mother, whenever this notion is presented to me, it feels like a major slap in my face. I say this because Planned Parenthood is an organization built on deception, and fueled by a powerful lobby that has made Planned Parenthood part clinic and part corporate welfare recipient. So far, members of this chamber – and, in the interest of fairness, I'm going to say this includes not just Democrats but also some on my side of the aisle – have mentioned the oft-repeated statement that only 3% of Planned Parenthood's actions involve abortions. But that is only because their organization manipulates the numbers. Planned Parenthood lists all of its actions with a patient – including administering pregnancy tests, filling out prescriptions, and performing ultrasounds – as a "clinical interaction." That is how they bury the true importance abortion has for their organization, and how they reach this figure of 3%. In August 2015, a fact-check article in The Washington Post called this figure "meaningless and incomplete." In addition, a 2013 article in the online magazine Slate criticized this figure because, even if the statistics are doctored to show that "only 3%" of what Planned Parenthood does is abortion, that doesn't mean that only 3% of their revenue is from abortion. The best estimates are that up to one-third of Planned Parenthood's revenue is from abortion. These deceptions are why Planned Parenthood are able to receive Federal funding despite the ban on Federal funding for abortions. The subsidies for Planned Parenthood must end immediately. I yield.
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    Nicole Redstaff (Republican)

    Thank you, sir! 😀
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    Nicole Redstaff

    Name: Nicole Priscilla Redstaff (née Hennessy) Date of birth: March 31, 1977 Place of birth: Grand Rapids, Michigan Place of residence: Cheyenne, Wyoming Spouse: Ron Redstaff (b. 1974; m. 2000-present) Children: Shannon (b. 2002), Courtney (b. 2006), Jamie (b. 2015) Nicole Priscilla Hennessy was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, into a family invested in designing, developing, and managing sporting clubs. Her family's involvement in sporting clubs led her to take up tennis as a passion, and she eventually became a star player at Grand Rapids's South Christian High School, where she graduated in 1995. Looking to spend time in a place away from home, Nicole successfully applied for a tennis scholarship to the University of Montana; while attending the university, she stayed with a maternal aunt in Missoula, the university's home base. In 1999, she received a bachelor's in business administration, hoping to help expand Hennessy Athletic Club Management outside the Upper Midwest. In 2000, she married Ron Redstaff, a native Montanan whom she had dated for four years; he promptly signed on to the Hennessy business, and they oversaw the opening of a new office in Missoula, where they settled. By 2015, Nicole and Ron had overseen the construction of three successful athletic clubs in Montana, plus the acquisition of two more and the construction of the company's first upscale country club. Nicole first became politically active during the rise of the Tea Party at the end of the 2000s, donating to several candidates and causes. In the midst of the movement's success, she founded The Daily Gaucho, an online blog on which she wrote about politics, policy, pop culture, and history. Initially spreading news of the blog through word of mouth, she ultimately hit widespread success through social media, with readers and critics noting her often direct style of writing. On her blog, Nicole expressed "conservatarian" views, expressing opposition to abortion, Islamic extremism, military interventionism, and Keynesian economics; this, combined with her tone and style, led to The Daily Gaucho being considered "the right-wing answer to Wonkette," according to one critic. As her blog became more popular, Nicole became a guest contributor to more mainstream outlets before landing a contract with Reason magazine, where she would be a contributor for three years. Nicole's blog led to her being a prominent feature at political rallies throughout Montana, although she had no designs of running for office herself until 2017, when, on what she later called "a total whim," she ran for a special election to Montana's sole House seat, which was vacated by the resignation of Republican incumbent Ryan Zinke. Relying on grassroots efforts to win the primary, Nicole ultimately won the seat by a narrow margin. Nicole and Ron Redstaff reside in Missoula with their three children: son Jamie (b. 2002), and twin daughters Ivy and Melissa (b. 2012).
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