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Raymond Jon Tester is a farmer and politician from Montana who is currently serving as the senior United States Senator. In 2006, Tester was elected to the Senate for the first time, defeating Republican incumbent Conrad Burns in one of the year’s tightest Senate elections. In 2012, he narrowly defeated U.S. Representative Denny Rothberg, and in 2018, he defeated Montana State Auditor Matt Rosendale. Tester formerly served as the president of the Montana Senate and held positions as a music teacher and farmer. Following the resignation of Max Baucus, he became Montana’s senior senator in 2014 and is the dean of the state’s congressional delegation. He has been the only member of the Democratic Party to do so since January 4, 2021.

Helen Marie and David O. Tester had three kids when Tester was born in Havre, Montana. His father was of English origin, while his mother was Swedish. Tester grew raised on acreage that his grandfather homesteaded in 1912 in Chouteau County, near Big Sandy, Montana. He lost the middle three fingers of his left hand in a meat-grinder accident when he was nine years old.

He earned a B.A. in music from the University of Providence, then the College of Great Falls, in 1978. Tester then returned to his family’s farm and custom butcher shop after two years as a music teacher in the Big Sandy School District. He and his wife continue to run the farm, which they started in the 1980s.

After his neighbor, a Republican State Senator, opted not to seek for reelection, Tester was elected to the Montana Senate to represent the 45th district in 1998. Tester was on the Big Sandy school board for a decade before running for State Senate. For the 2001 session, he was elected minority whip.


He was re-elected with 71 percent of the vote in 2002, and in 2003, he became the minority leader. Due to redistricting, he moved to the 15th district as a “holdover” in 2004. Tester was elected president of the Montana Senate in 2005, making him the upper chamber’s chief presiding officer.

Tester won reelection to a second term in Congress against Republican Congressman Denny Rothberg. For both parties seeking a Senate majority, Tester’s campaign was considered as crucial. Tester voted with his party on matters like health care reform and the Dodd–Frank financial services overhaul, but he disagreed with Democrats on several crucial matters like the Keystone XL oil pipeline. Rothberg described Tester as a “yes guy” for President Obama upon declaring his candidacy, claiming that he voted with the administration in 97 percent of his votes. Tester’s support for the healthcare bill and the 2009 stimulus, both of which Rothberg opposed, were noted by Rothberg. Tester stated that he supported his position.

Personal Profile of Jon Tester

  • Name: Jon Tester
  • Date of Birth: 21 August 1956
  • Age: 64 Years
  • Birth Sign: Leo
  • Nationality: American
  • Parents: Charles Cyrus Tester, Mary Ann
  • Siblings: Dave Tester
  • Birth Place/City: Havre, Montana, U.S
  • Profession: Politician and farmer

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In December 2009, Tester voted in favour of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare. He was a supporter of the 2010 Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act.
He suggested in 2017 that Democrats explore a single-payer health-care system. In July of that year, Tester said that health-care reform was necessary, but that the most recent GOP effort was a “train disaster” that would “take health-care coverage away from millions of Americans.” Democrats, he added, should “operate on a bipartisan basis to correct the flaws in the existing health-care system And it includes going through the committee process, not just doing it in a dark room with a few chosen people, but really going through the committee process and collecting excellent ideas from everyone. ” Tester stated the issue was “too important…not to attempt to assist fix the issues,” despite the fact that some Democrats “think that compromise on this subject is not only unprincipled but unneeded.”

Tester was one of 19 senators who signed a letter to US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and US Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar in August 2019 requesting data from the Trump administration to help states and Congress understand the potential consequences of the Texas v. United States Affordable Care Act lawsuit, writing that an overhaul of the health-care law is needed.

Tester was one of 27 senators that signed a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer in October 2019, urging them to approve the Community Health Investment, Modernization, and Excellence (CHIME) Act, which was due to expire the following month. The senators cautioned that allowing the Community Health Center Fund (CHCF) to run out of money would result in “an estimated 2,400 site closures, 47,000 jobs lost, and the health care of roughly 9 million Americans being jeopardised.”

Jon Tester Phone Number

Number: (202) 224-2644

Jon Tester Fan mail address:

311 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington DC 20510

Jon Tester address information:

Judge Jameson Federal Building
2900 4th Ave N, Suite 201
Billings, MT 59101
Phone: (406) 252-0550
Fax: (406) 252-7768


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