Steve Bullock is the two-term Governor of Montana. He’s a native Montanan who has worked tirelessly to protect Montana’s way of life.
Steve Bullock is a lifelong Montanan who has worked tirelessly to protect Montana’s way of life. As Attorney General, Bullock fought to protect Montanans’ access to public lands and end the corrupting influence of money in politics.
Bullock has a track record of bringing people together to get things done and do what’s right for Montana families. Prior to serving in public office, Bullock was a union-side labor law lawyer and led a successful state initiative to raise the minimum wage.
As Governor, he brought Republicans and Democrats together to save the state’s rural hospitals and expand affordable health care to 90,000 Montanans.
During his two terms, Governor Bullock has worked across the aisle to strengthen Montana’s economy, invest in public schools, freeze college tuition and expand career training so that Montana’s kids can build a better future. Bullock is running for the U.S. Senate to make Washington work more like Montana.
Steve was born in Missoula and raised in Helena, Montana, where he went to public school and graduated from Helena High School in 1984. Growing up, the only reason he knew there was a Governor’s residence in town was because he delivered newspapers to it. Now, Steve and his wife Lisa are raising their three kids — Caroline, Alex and Cameron — in that very same house in Helena.