There are ways to take action on the wolf controversy generated by the Tester bill:
Attend the Montana Rocky Mountain Music Festival, Labor Day Weekend, 2011, two miles north of Babb, Montana on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. The organizers of this concert have graciously lent their support to the cause of stopping the wolf hunts in this controversy. Over 60 bands are slated to appear for the 4 day event. My volunteers will be out with informational materials and you will have a chance to purchase a WOLF NATION, and WOLF WARRIOR T-shirts to help out our effort to address the vital spiritual questions this issue is creating for the many tribes affected by this disastrous law.
Donate to my Exploratory Committee. I'm not a greedy campaigner, I respect the donations given and I used them effectively. The effort I am making is an enormous task. I am an average citizen, the spouse of a combat disabled veteran; my family struggles just as yours does. It has not been easy to create visibility and awareness to the many issues we have raised, yet with a minimal amount of money--we have done just that. The gutting of the Endangered Species Act by the Tester wolf rider is just one issue we work at.
Politicians and party leaders will have you believe gigantic amounts of money are needed to effectively campaign. I ran in the 2010 Democratic primary--and I was the most effective campaigner in either party. I received 21% of the vote on less than $5,000.00. I know that it is about deploying your limited resources effectively, and having a strong consistent message. Senator Tester is very vulnerable, and it is very conceivable he will not withstand a primary challenge.