Steve Bullock and his wife Lisa were born and raised in Montana, and have three kids in public schools. As Attorney General and now Governor, Bullock has worked to make Montana stronger for future generations – and an even greater place for families to call home.
As Montana’s top law enforcement official, Bullock protected children from online predators, defended our 2nd Amendment rights, and fought to preserve public access to our rivers and streams.
As Governor, Bullock brought Republicans and Democrats together to balance the budget every year; maintained a $300 million rainy day fund; and put the state’s checkbook online to be more accountable to taxpayers. Bullock worked to reduce taxes and regulations – helping Montana business create over 20,000 new jobs and increase personal income among the fastest in the nation.
Bullock believes Montanans should control our own future, not Washington or Wall Street – so he worked to outlaw so-called dark money in our elections, and stood up to the Obama Administration against heavy-handed regulations and invasions of privacy like REAL ID.
But Bullock knows there is more work to do – to prepare our students for the global economy and help local businesses grow. Bullock will continue to fight for equal pay for women and equal opportunity for everyone. He will protect public access to Montana’s lands, rivers and streams – and preserve the state’s rainy day fund without higher taxes.
While others push narrow political agendas, Bullock will always do what’s right for Montana.