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Published on Mar 25, 2012
Montana farmer Jon Tester hits the air across Montana with a TV ad featuring him working his field and fixing his combine on his farm near Big Sandy, Mont.
Tester says work on the farm gives him "perspective," adding "the combine doesn't care if you're a senator; it breaks down when it wants to break down."
"Being out here gives me perspective. The combine doesn't care if you're a senator, it breaks down when it wants to break down. In Montana, we know what's important. Like cutting government waste. And protecting our freedoms. Putting Main Street ahead of Wall Street. Sitting out here makes the partisanship out there seem pretty ridiculous. Montanans don't care which party gets the credit or the blame. That's why I'm focused on doing what's right for Montana. Always. I'm Jon Tester and I approve this message."