Courtenay Sprunger’s Infamous Voting Records Tell All (She Voted With Democrats and Against “Sheriffs” )

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Don’t kid yourself. Courtenay Sprunger’s yard sign tells it all. They are a raspberry pinkish tone (and pink is closer to purple than red); meaning Sprunger is closer to being a Democrat than a Republican. Let me prove this point. (See below)

Courtenay Sprunger’s voting record has been recorded and evaluated by various groups. Sprunger voted with Democrats and unsurprisingly her record via ‘legislatorloyality’ is identical to Llew Jones’s who heads up the R.I.N.O. party in the Helena legislature. (For those of you who don’t know R.I.N.O. spells out to “Republican In Name Only). Sprunger and Jones are two peas in a pod; see the evidence by clicking below. (The ‘donkey’ figure shows when they voted with the Democrats in Helena and Sprunger did so 32 times while Jones was 1 vote ahead of the ‘Freshman Legislator’ where he voted with the Democrats a whopping 33 times. And they voted exactly the same (don’t think that’s by accident) as Sprunger is Jones’s prodigy. Don’t buy for one second that Sprunger is a ‘conservative’ because she most certainly is not. (Take a look below)

You can view how Sprunger voted by clicking here and here.

But there’s more.

Sprunger was also evaluated via the “freedomindex”. This group doesn’t mess around and you can click here to see how Sprunger fared in the line-up. The politician scored a whopping 50% on her voting; in school that’s a “F” or flunk rating. And she voted against some of the very things she now pretends to uphold.

Let’s take a look.

“Sheriffs First” Bill HB604 (On March 2, 2023 Sprunger voted AGAINST supporting sheriffs) and yet in her recent mailer she’s pictured with the local Flathead County Sheriff!

Perhaps Sheriff Heino doesn’t know Sprunger voted AGAINST the sheriffs on March 2, 2023 in Helena

(you can read a portion of the bill she voted against below)

We Support. Upholding the authority of local law enforcement is a basic premise of self-government under the U.S. Constitution’s federal system, which decentralizes power and protects state sovereignty. The 10th Amendment makes it explicit that any power not delegated to the federal government nor prohibited to the States by the Constitution is “reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

And there’s more.

“Defend the Guard Act” HB527 (Also on March 2, 2023, Sprunger voted in opposition of “Defend the Guard Act” (It’s unfathomable to think that she voted against this bill)

We Support. Article I, Section 8, of the U.S. Constitution expressly asserts that “Congress,” not the President, “shall have power…to provide for the common defense.” Only Congress—as explained and limited by succeeding Clauses 11, 12, and 15—is granted the specified powers to “declare war,” “raise and support Armies,” and “provide for calling forth the Militia.”

In case you missed it above you can read fully how she voted by clicking here. (Be prepared it will floor you).

Now you know far more about Courtenay Sprunger’s voting records.

Publishers Note: “One reason I chose to run in House District 7 was dissatisfaction with the incumbent’s voting record. I know I will vote better, alot better.” Shaun Pandina

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