Montana Governor Steve Bullock Bio: Net Worth, Education, Politics, Career, Background, 2020 US General Elections
Quick facts and information about Steve Bullock

Steve Bullock is the 24th and present Governor of Montana, USA. He is a lawyer, politician, and former professor from the United States of America. He is a Democratic Party member. 

On the 11th of April, 1966, Steve was born. As of 2020, he is 54 years old. Steve was born in Missoula, Montana USA. He’s an American of white descent. His birth sign is Sagittarius. Christianity he practices. In Helena which is the capital of the state, Steve was raised. He is Penny Clark ‘s son, who is a trustee of the school board. Steve’s father’s name is Mike Bullock, who is an administrator and teacher. Steve’s parents divorced when Steve was in school.

Full nameSteve Bullock
Date of birthApril 11, 1966
Age54
Birth signSagittarius
Birth placeMissoula, Montana, USA
NationalityAmerican
ReligionChristianity
EthnicityWhite
EducationHelena High School / Claremont McKenna College/ Columbia law school
Marital StatusMarried (Lisa Downs)
Social MediaFacebook/ Instagram/Twitter
Net Worth$ 1 million
Steve Bullock: Education 

In 1984, Steve graduated from high school in Helena. Steve attended Claremont McKenna College in 1988. From the college, he received his BA degree in Politics, Economics and Philosophy. From Columbia Law School New York, Bullock received a JD degree with honors in 1994. 

Steve Bullock: Career  

In 1996, Bullock worked as chief legal adviser to Mike Cooney, Secretary of Montana State. He later worked as chief deputy from 1997 to 2001. He also worked as legislative director where he coordinated the legislative efforts of the Attorney General.

Bullock practiced law in Washington D.C. with Steptoe & Johnson from 2001 to 2004. In 2008, Bullock was the Democratic nominee for Attorney General. He defeated two other candidates in the primary election in June. With 52.64 per cent of the vote, he went on to win the race of election against Tom Fox.

Steve Bullock: Elections 

On September 7, 2011, Bullock announced that for the 2012 Democratic nomination for Governor of Montana, he would be a candidate. Bullock won against Helena Resident Heather Margolis with 87 percent of the vote. 

The election which was held on November 6, 2012 was won by Bullock. He defeated Republican former US Representative Rick Hill with 7,571 votes.

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Bullock publicized his candidacy for the presidential election 2020 on May 14, 2019. The Washington Post and ABC News described Bullock as a moderate Democrat. Bullock was referred to by the New York Times as being among the centrist Democratic governors.

Coal mining is a significant industry in Montana. In the 2016 general election, Bullock endorsed Hillary Clinton, but expressed disagreement with Clinton’s opposition to coal mining.

Steve Bullock: Relationship 

In 1999, Mike Bullock got married to Lisa Downs. This couple has three children: Cameron, Caroline and Alexandria.

Steve Bullock: Social Media

Steve has two accounts on Facebook with 7.2 k followers (Steve Bullock) and 45k followers (Governor Steve Bullock). Steve Bullock is active on Instagram with two accounts, governor bullock with 14.8k followers and steve bullock mt with 4.4k followers. 

As well, he is active on twitter with two accounts, Governor Steve Bullock with 196.4k followers and Steve Bullock with 43.4k followers. 

Steve Bullock: Net Worth 

Steve Bullock’s net worth is estimated to be around $1 million.

Governor Bullock announces $4.2 million in Meat Processing Infrastructure Grants for additional Coronavirus Relief Funds 

Governor Steve Bullock today announced that the Montana Meat Processing Infrastructure Grant (MMPIG) program has awarded $4.2 million in additional funds to support small and medium-sized meat processors in responding to the COVID-19 crisis through the adaptation and advancement of Montana’s meat processing infrastructure and capacity. These grants enable meat processors to expand their capacity to meet increased demand for local meat and to protect consumers against future disruptions in the supply chain.

The Montana Department of Agriculture and the Department of Livestock have worked together to ensure that projects comply with the rules and regulations for meat processing.

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