Rep. Gianforte, a Republican, and Democratic challenger Kathleen Williams are vying for Montana’s only U.S. House seat. Voting is underway and ends Nov. 6. Libertarian Elinor Swanson is also on the ballot.

Border security and federal migration law have been a point of concern since 2016 when then-candidate Donald Trump began calling for construction of a southern border wall paid for by Mexico. Not surprisingly, Montana’s U.S. House candidates, Democrat Kathleen Williams and incumbent Republican Rep. Greg Gianforte have different views regarding the wall, for which U.S. taxpayers will pay billions of dollars.

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On Saturday, Oct. 6, U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte, a Republican, and former state legislator Kathleen Williams, a Democrat, met in Bozeman for a one-hour debate. This fact-check was prepared by students working for the University of Montana School of Journalism’s Community News Service. They include Daniel Ennis, Paul Hamby, Eric Lindblad, Melissa Loveridge, Caitlyn Patel and Professor Dennis Swibold.

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