Rosendale and Williams spar in final U.S. House candidate debate

In what’s likely their final debate before ballots are mailed out, U.S. House candidates Matt Rosendale and Kathleen Williams faced off Saturday night, with Williams, a Democrat, casting herself as an independent who can work with both sides of the political aisle and Rosendale, a Republican, calling her someone allied with the “radical far leftists.”

“Montanans have a clear choice in who is going to represent us in the next Congress,” said Rosendale, the current state auditor and insurance commissioner. “My opponent is going to work for (House Speaker) Nancy Pelosi and the radical, far-leftists who fund her campaign.”