John James For U.S. Senate

February 25, 2018





Montana News Viewers;


I’m a job-creator running for U.S. Senate against a radical liberal who has been a politician for longer than I’ve been alive (yes, really).


Send a job creator to the Senate

I’m not a creature of Washington – far from it. Since the age of 17 I have been laser-focused on service – for my family, my community, and my country.


I’m a West Point graduate who has commanded Apache platoons and flown missions over Baghdad during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

When I came home to Michigan to lead my family’s business as president after eight years in the armed forces, I wanted to serve my community as a job creator just like I had served my country.

But things were difficult. I saw family and friends struggle with a broken economy. No one was looking out for the people in my community.

While my business was successful during my tenure as president – we raised revenue by more than $100 million and created 100 jobs – I couldn’t help feeling like there was more I could do.

That’s why I decided to run for U.S. Senate.


I see a radical liberal career politician in Debbie Stabenow who is supposed to be our voice, but she has been in Washington too long to realize that it’s not working – and that means our voice is silent.


Make our conservative voice heard LOUD AND CLEAR once again.

Debbie Stabenow has spent 43 years as a politician – how many jobs has she created during that time? Does she understand the difficulties that business owners face when it comes to paying their employees a fair wage while navigating a tax environment rigged by faraway politicians to benefit their rich friends?

I don’t think so.

That’s why I need your help. It’s my first political campaign, and I am relying on true grassroots conservatives to fuel the engine of our movement and outlast the big-money establishment interests who will pour endless amounts of money into Debbie Stabenow’s campaign until the very last moment

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