Great Falls Tribune: Rosendale asks TV stations to yank adThursday, October 11, 2018
By Phil Drake, Great Falls Tribune
An attorney representing Republican Senate candidate Matt Rosendale sent out a letter to various Montana television stations Wednesday calling on them to quit running an anti-Rosendale commercial regarding a Great Falls subdivision, saying the ad is “blatantly false and misleading …”
The letter by Chris K. Gober of the Gober Group calls for a cease and desist of running the advertisement regarding Matt Rosendale.
“It has come to our attention that Montanans for Tester is airing a blatantly false and misleading advertisement on your station regarding Mr. Rosendale,” the letter states.
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Gober said the ad gives the false impression Rosendale was responsible for the design and home construction. He also said courts have found Rosendale and his company were not involved and ruled in favor of Rosendale in its summary judgment.
He also notes that the plaintiffs’ attorney, Stephanie Oblander of Great Falls, has called the advertisement unfair.
“Given that the courts of Montana and the plaintiffs’ attorney, who litigated the claims against Mr. Rosendale have refused the truth of the advertisement, it is clear that Montanans for Tester is airing a blatantly false and misleading advertisement that defames Mr. Rosendale,” Gober states.
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