Make Washington Work More Like Montana

Steve Bullock is the two-term Governor of Montana. Born and raised in Montana, Steve went to public school and graduated from Helena High School in 1984. Now, Steve and his wife Lisa are raising their own family in Helena, where they live with their three kids: Caroline, Alex and Cameron.

Steve has spent his life fighting for Montana families to make sure all Montanans have a fair shot at a better future. Before he entered public service, Steve worked as a consumer protection, small business, and labor lawyer and helped lead the fight to raise Montana’s minimum wage. Steve was elected Attorney General and fought the corrupting influence of money in politics by bringing the first legal challenge to the landmark campaign finance case known as Citizens United all the way to the Supreme Court. He also fought to protect access to public lands and streams.

As Governor, Steve’s worked across party lines with a Republican legislature to get things done, like expanding Medicaid to cover 90,000 additional Montanans, making record investments in education, boosting job training programs, building Montana’s infrastructure and defending Montanans’ access to public lands.

Steve brings people together to get things done and does what’s right for Montana families – not party bosses or special interest money. Steve will fight to make Washington work more like Montana and will be a senator who represents the interests of all Montanans.