From her website-Sarah Dean grew up outside Chicago Illinois in a rural area called Barrington. Hard work was all she knew. She had a love for horses (including training and taming them), hunting, fishing and being self sufficient. Sarah was homeschooled. She first made her way to Havre, MT in 1999 with her family while they were on a deeper pursuit of a “Little House on the Prairie” lifestyle. She fell in love with the town and it’s quiet beauty.
As a young child, economics, business, and politics fascinated Sarah. She started her first company at the age of 15. She understood that hard work and grit would be the only way to succeed in life. During the financial crisis in 2008 she used the remaining curtains in her house along with scrap fabric to start a fashion business. Since then she has been featured as a trend setter in Vogue, Glamour, magazines, and her fashion shows made national television news for various causes including anti bullying.
Sarah knows how to listen, lead and communicate. Sarah is a Millennial and understands that this is the now generation that needs the most support. Sarah understands the art of bringing people together to create an integrated whole. This talent is much needed in Montana, which is a sharply divided state between Democrat and Republican.
As a small business owner and designer, Sarah understands how to design. She has been designing systems that provide solutions to many problems. These solutions will create the change which will allow the state and its people to unite and fix many problems. Excellent designers can design anything.
Sarah plans to bring transformative change to our education systems, healthcare, environment and economic systems.
Sarah has her ear to the people. She stands for the minority, the poor, the business owners, the middle class and most of all the children because they are the nations future. She believes that change starts with the people but is facilitated by those who we trust who serve in government.
Scott Hamilton Kennedy--Director Of The New Film "FOOD EVOLUTION"
FOOD EVOLUTION shows how easily misinformation, confusion and fear can overwhelm objective analysis. How do we ensure that our food supply is safe, and that everyone has enough to eat? How do we feed the world while also protecting the planet? Has genetic engineering increased or decreased pesticide use? Are GMO foods bad for your health? And, most importantly, what data, evidence and sources are we using to approach these important questions?
THE NEW DOCUMENTARY FOOD EVOLUTION TACKLES THE EMOTIONALLY-CHARGED DEBATE OVER THE SAFETY OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS…. OR G-M-O’S
THIS FULLY INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION TAKES A CLOSER LOOK AT THE FEAR, DISTRUST AND CONFUSION SPARKED BY THE DEBATE.
ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE AND THE DIRECTOR OF THE FILM – SCOTT HAMILTON KENNEDY JOINS US TO TELL US WHY HE MADE THE FILM AND WHAT HE FOUND OUT.
Republican Candidate For United States Senate--Former Judge, Russell Fagg
In 20 years as a judge, Russ Fagg has seen just about every form of human suffering come before his court. From families breaking up to young people turning to a life of crime, almost all the cases trace their roots to the same cause: poverty and economic crisis. Montana needs more jobs. That’s why Russ is running for the U.S. Senate.
The Voices of Montana Thanksgiving - "Best Of Program"
Legislative Update: We spoke with Representative Mike Hopkins about the Infrastructure Bonding Bill. The $80 Million bill provides a framework for spending and places a cap on how much the State can spend. Find out more We also spoke with Representative Ed Buttrey about the Medicaid Expansion bill that passed out of the legislature and […]