During her campaign of running for Montana Attorney General, Kimberly Dudik paid a visit to Sidney where she met with the public for a meet and greet at Sunny’s Family Restaurant.
Dudik has spent time in the legislature, as assistant Attorney General and as a nurse.
“My career has always been about helping people,” Dudik said.
One of the first things Dudik addressed was the issue with meth in the state, as well as the heroin and opioid problem. Dudik stated that 60-80 percent of all crimes are drug related. One thing Dudik said she feels passionately about is keeping children safe.