When Gov. Steve Bullock hits the campaign trail as a presidential candidate, his security detail of two Montana Highway Patrol officers comes along, too — at taxpayer expense.
They urge Montana’s junior senator to do whatever he can to bring changes that would convince more young men and women to stick with firefighting as a career and help those who are seriously injured protecting homes and forests.
Here in the land of cornstalks and small towns — and the first presidential nominating contest in the nation — Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is betting Iowa’s unique Democratic caucus can help propel him from obscurity to relevance in the 2020 presidential race.
Congressman Greg Gianforte and a bipartisan group of legislators introduced Savanna’s Act, a bill meant to address the missing and murdered Indigenous women’s crisis, this week in the United States House.
Gov. Steve Bullock’s presidential campaign said it received contributions from all 50 states during the first day of the campaign.
Bullock, 53, a two-term governor, said he’s the only Democratic candidate who’s won election in a state won by President Donald Trump in 2016.
After Montana Gov. Steve Bullock vetoed a bill to give fifth-time DUI offenders prison time, sponsors and supporters of the bill said Monday they feel furious.
Governor Steve Bullock is launching his presidential campaign at his alma mater, Helena High School, before leaving for a three-day, eight-county swing through Iowa.
Gov. Steve Bullock on Tuesday morning became the 22nd Democrat to throw his hat in the presidential ring for 2020.
Helena Mayor Wilmot Collins announced early Monday afternoon in Helena that he is running for U.S. Senate.
Bullock signs package of infrastructure bills, including bonding bill and Historical Society funding
Gov. Steve Bullock gave final approval Friday to a package of bills to invest in Montana’s infrastructure.
Helena Mayor Wilmot Collins is teasing an announcement next week, which political experts in Montana are speculating is a likely challenge to U.S. Sen. Steve Daines in 2020.
The 2019 Montana Legislature passed House Bill 725 during the legislative session, which legalized sports gambling in the state through the Montana Lottery.
Gov. Bullock signs, touts major health-care bills from 2019 Legislature — including Medicaid expansion
The 2019 Legislature’s work on health care took center stage Thursday, as Gov. Steve Bullock signed several bills to address health-care problems in the state — including the granddaddy of them all, Medicaid expansion
A bill meant to cut the cost of prescription drugs in Montana fell victim to Gov. Steve Bullock’s veto pen Thursday, as the governor said the bill might do just the opposite.