Bullock chaired the National Governors Association from 2018 to 2019. He was a Democratic candidate for President of the United States in 2020. After suspending his presidential campaign, he announced his candidacy for the United States Senate in the 2020 election. On November 3, Bullock lost to incumbent Senator Steve Daineshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Bullock_(American_politician)
Steve Bullock is the two-term Governor of Montana. Born and raised in Montana, Steve and his wife Lisa are raising their own family in Helena, where they live with their three kids: Caroline, Alex and Cameron.
Bullock chaired the National Governors Association from 2018 to 2019. He was a Democratic candidate for President of the United States in 2020. After suspending his presidential campaign, he announced his candidacy for the United States Senate in the 2020 election. On November 3, Bullock lost to incumbent Senator Steve Daines
Steve D. Bullock spent 38 years with the American Red Cross, culminating with his appointment as Acting President following the departure of Elizabeth Dole. Prior to serving as Acting President of the national organization, he was the Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Cleveland Chapter of the American Red Cross.
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Bullock was born in 1966 in Missoula, Montana, and grew up in Helena. He graduated from Claremont McKenna College in 1988 and Columbia University Law School in 1994. Bullock worked for a law firm in New York City before he was hired as chief legal counsel to Montana's secretary of statein 1996. In 1997, he moved to the state attorney general's office, first as executive assistant attorney general and later as acting chief deputy attorney general and legislative director. Bullock ran unsuccessfully in the Democratic primary for attorney general in 2000. In 2001, he became an adjunct professor at George Washington University School of Law, after which he had a private law practice in Helena. Bullock was elected as Montana's attorney generalin 2008 and served in that role until 2013. Bullock was elected governor of Montana on November 6, 2012, by a margin of 1.6 percentage points over Republican challenger Rick Hill. He was re-elected to the office in 2016, winning by 3.9 points. In 20...
Governor of Montana
Bullock was first elected governor of Montanain 2012 and was sworn in as the state's 24th governor on January 7, 2013. He won re-election in 2016 and was sworn into a second term on January 2, 2017.
On January 5, 2009, Steve Bullock was sworn into office as the state attorney general. As the state's chief lawyer and law enforcement officer, he led the Montana Department of Justice, including the Forensic Science Laboratory, the Montana Highway Patrol, the Division of Motor Vehicles, the Office of Gambling Control, the Office of Legal Services, and the Division of Criminal Investigation, in addition to the department's information technology staff.
Executive order requiring net neutrality
1. 1.1. Read the full order here On January 22, 2018, Bullock became the first governor to sign an executive order on net neutrality following the FCC's repeal of the 2015 Open Internet Order. Instituted during the Obama administration, the 2015 Open Internet Order, also referred to as net neutrality rules, considered internet service providers (ISPs) a public utility and they were regulated like gas, water, electric, and phone service companies. ISPs were prohibited from blocking or slowing...
Campaign finance regulations
1. 1.1. Read full text of SB 289 here On April 22, 2015, Bullock signed new campaign finance regulations requiring previously anonymous groups to report campaign contributions in state elections. SB 289 required disclosure from any group spending money on electioneering communications or contributing to candidates starting with the statewide election in 2016. The bill was sponsored by state Sen. Duane Ankney (R), passed the state House 51-48, and went to the governor's desk after a 30-20 vote...
Stance on Syrian refugee resettlement
1. 1.1. Main article: U.S. governors and their responses to Syrian refugees After the attacks in Paris, France, on November 13, 2015, many U.S. governors declared their support or opposition to Syrian refugee resettlement in their states. Bullock expressed conditional support for the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the state of Montana. He said:
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As Governor, Steve Bullock has worked to honor our commitments to our veterans, and as Montana’s Senator he’ll continue advocating every day on their behalf. Rural Montana As a lifelong Montanan, Steve Bullock understands the importance of our rural communities to our economy and our Montana way of life.
Former Montana Gov. Steve Bullock says that after the 2021 Legislature, it was clear: This isn't a Montana comeback plan, it's a Montana setback plan. dailymontanan.com The Montana Setback Plan – Daily Montanan
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Feb 05, 2021 · Bullock was one of three Democrats named as co-chairs to lead American Bridge 21st Century, a group aiming to support President Joe Biden's agenda and maintain Democrats' slim majorities in the U...
Nov 03, 2020 · Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, a Democrat, is hoping to parlay his popularity in his conservative-leaning state into a trip to the Senate by beating Republican incumbent Sen. Steve Daines.
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Feb 14, 2021 · Steve Bullock, the former Democratic governor of Montana and one-time presidential candidate, has reportedly joined a super PAC tied to a dark money group despite having spoken out on the ...
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