A campaign video for Republican candidate for Governor Ken Miller includes footage of the Executive Director of the Republican Party talking with Miller interspersed with other prominent and community endorsers of the candidate.
Here’s the video:
It’s certainly not the first time a candidate has used someone’s image in a campaign, but placing it in with his other endorsements–in his endorsement themed video– is a bold move unless he has permission to do so.
Greenwood has not, to my knowledge, come out with a public statement in support of Miller at this time.
Others in the Miller endorsement video say they are supporting him because, “Ken is a God fearing humble man” who “takes his wisdom from Jesus Christ.” The supporters, which also include Rep. Derek Skees (R-TEA Whitefish) say Miller ”will push back on the federal government” and that he is “pious.”
One woman is supporting Miller because she was” impressed that he was dressed as Abe Lincoln on a float.”
Presumably that was one of the better reasons to endorse Ken or it wouldn’t have made it into the video.