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Steve Bullock

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Governor of Montana (2013 - Present)

Montana Governor (2012 - Present)

Quick Facts
Personal Details

Steve Bullock (Democratic Party) is the Governor of Montana. He assumed office on January 7, 2013. His current term ends on January 4, 2021.

Bullock (Democratic Party) is running for election to the U.S. Senate to represent Montana. He is on the ballot in the Democratic primary on June 2, 2020.

Bullock also ran for election for President of the United States.

Bullock was first elected governor of Montana in 2012. In 2016, Bullock won 50.3 percent of the gubernatorial vote, defeating Greg Gianforte (R), Ted Dunlap (L), and two independent candidates. Donald Trump was elected president at the same general election, winning 56.2 percent of the vote in Montana. In 2012, Bullock won 48.9 percent of the gubernatorial vote, defeating Rick Hill (R) and Ron Vandevender (D).

Prior to being elected governor of Montana, Bullock served one term as Montana Attorney General from 2009 to 2013. In 2012, he opted to run for governor rather than seek re-election as attorney general. Before running for elected office, Bullock worked as an attorney and in Montana's secretary of state's office and attorney's general office.

Bullock was a member of the executive committee of the National Governors Association during the 2014–2015 term and chairperson of the association for the 2018–2019 term.

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 state in 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 general in 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 2018, he was appointed chairman of the National Governors Association.

Education

  • Bachelor's degree, Claremont McKenna College
  • Juris Doctor degree, Columbia University School of Law

Education

  • Bachelor's, Claremont McKenna College
  • JD, Columbia University School of Law

Professional Experience

  • Bachelor's, Claremont McKenna College
  • JD, Columbia University School of Law
  • Former Legislative Director, Montana Attorney General's Office
  • Former Executive Assistant Attorney General, State of Montana
  • Attorney General, State of Montana, 2008-2012
  • Principal, Bulllock Law Firm, Professional Limited Liability Company, 2004-2008
  • Adjunct Professor, George Washington University School of Law, 2002-2004
  • Attorney, Steptoe and Johnson, Washington DC, 2001-2004
  • Acting Chief Deputy Attorney General, State of Montana, 1997-2001
  • Chief Legal Counsel, Montana Secretary of State, 1996

Political Experience

  • Bachelor's, Claremont McKenna College
  • JD, Columbia University School of Law
  • Former Legislative Director, Montana Attorney General's Office
  • Former Executive Assistant Attorney General, State of Montana
  • Attorney General, State of Montana, 2008-2012
  • Principal, Bulllock Law Firm, Professional Limited Liability Company, 2004-2008
  • Adjunct Professor, George Washington University School of Law, 2002-2004
  • Attorney, Steptoe and Johnson, Washington DC, 2001-2004
  • Acting Chief Deputy Attorney General, State of Montana, 1997-2001
  • Chief Legal Counsel, Montana Secretary of State, 1996
  • Governor, State of Montana, 2013-present
  • Candidate, President of the United States of America, 2020
  • Candidate, United States House of Representatives, Montana, District Jr, 2020

Religious, Civic, and other Memberships

  • Bachelor's, Claremont McKenna College
  • JD, Columbia University School of Law
  • Former Legislative Director, Montana Attorney General's Office
  • Former Executive Assistant Attorney General, State of Montana
  • Attorney General, State of Montana, 2008-2012
  • Principal, Bulllock Law Firm, Professional Limited Liability Company, 2004-2008
  • Adjunct Professor, George Washington University School of Law, 2002-2004
  • Attorney, Steptoe and Johnson, Washington DC, 2001-2004
  • Acting Chief Deputy Attorney General, State of Montana, 1997-2001
  • Chief Legal Counsel, Montana Secretary of State, 1996
  • Governor, State of Montana, 2013-present
  • Candidate, President of the United States of America, 2020
  • Candidate, United States House of Representatives, Montana, District Jr, 2020
  • Member, Gates of the Mountains Foundation, present
  • Board of Directors, Healthy Mothers-Healthy Babies, present
  • Member, Lewis and Clark County Historic Preservation Commission, present
  • Member, Public Policy Council, Montana Non-Profit Association
  • Member, Raise Montana
Elections

2020

U.S. Senate

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General election

The primary will occur on June 2, 2020. The general election will occur on November 3, 2020. General election candidates will be added here following the primary.

Democratic primary election
Democratic primary for U.S. Senate Montana

Steve Bullock, Mike Knoles, and John Mues are running in the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate Montana on June 2, 2020.

Steve Bullock (D)

Mike Knoles (D)

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John Mues (D)

Republican primary election
Republican primary for U.S. Senate Montana

Incumbent Steve Daines, John Driscoll, and Daniel Larson are running in the Republican primary for U.S. Senate Montana on June 2, 2020.

Steve Daines (R)

John Driscoll (R)

Daniel Larson (R)

Green Party primary election
Green primary for U.S. Senate Montana

Dennis Daneke and Wendie Fredrickson are running in the Green primary for U.S. Senate Montana on June 2, 2020.

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Dennis Daneke (G)

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Wendie Fredrickson (G)

Presidency

An election for president of the United States will be held on November 3, 2020. Bullock announced that he was running for president on May 14, 2019. He suspended his presidential campaign on December 2, 2019.

2016

Bullock filed to run for re-election in 2016 with running mate and incumbent Lieutenant Governor Mike Cooney (D). The two won the Democratic primary election on June 7, and competed with challengers Greg Gianforte (R) and Lesley Robinson (R), who ran together on the Republican ticket, Ted Dunlap (Lib.) and Ron Vandevender (Lib.) on the Libertarian ticket, and independents Christopher Zarcone and Casey Filler.

Incumbent Steve Bullock & Mike Cooney defeated Greg Gianforte & Lesley Robinson, Ted Dunlap & Ron Vandevender, Casey Filler, and Christopher Zarcone in the Montana governor election.

Montana Governor, 2016

Party Candidate Vote % Votes
Democratic Green check mark transparent.png Steve Bullock & Mike Cooney Incumbent 50.25% 255,933
Republican Greg Gianforte & Lesley Robinson 46.36% 236,115
Libertarian Ted Dunlap & Ron Vandevender 3.40% 17,312
Independent Casey Filler 0.00% 0
Independent Christopher Zarcone 0.00% 0
Total Votes 509,360
Source: Montana Secretary of State

Democratic primary for Montana governor and lieutenant governor, 2016

Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngSteve Bullock and Mike Cooney (incumbents) 91.2% 111,675
Bill McChesney and Mike Anderson 8.8% 10,744
Total Votes 122,419
Election results via Montana Secretary of State 686 of 686 precincts reporting.

2012

Bullock won election as Governor of Montana in 2012. He and his running mate, Brigadier General (Ret.) John E. Walsh, defeated Heather Margolis and Steve Nelsen in the June 5th primary election.

Bullock defeated Rick Hill/Jon Sonju (R) and Ron Vandevender/Marc Mulcahy (L) in the general election on November 6, 2012.

According to the website Daily Kos, this race was one of nine top-ballot 2012 races that contained Libertarian candidates who received more total votes than was the difference between the Democratic winner and the GOP runner-up. In this case, Ron Vandevender took in over 9,000 more votes than the number that separated Bullock and Hill.

Governor/Lieutenant Governor of Montana General Election, 2012

Party Candidate Vote % Votes
Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngSteve Bullock and John E. Walsh 48.9% 236,450
Republican Rick Hill and Jon Sonju 47.3% 228,879
Libertarian Ron Vandevender and Marc Mulcahy 3.8% 18,160
Total Votes 483,489
Election results via Montana Secretary of State


Governor/Lt. Governor of Montana, Democratic Primary, 2012

Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngSteve Bullock & John E. Walsh 86.6% 76,738
Heather Margolis & Steve Nelsen 13.4% 11,823
Total Votes 88,561
Election results via Montana Secretary of State.


Bullock for Governor campaign ad

2008

Bullock defeated Republican Tim Fox to become Montana Attorney General in 2008.

Montana Attorney General - General Election, 2008

Party Candidate Vote % Votes
Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngSteve Bullock 52.6% 245,669
Republican Tim Fox 47.4% 220,992
Total Votes 466,661
Election results via Montana Secretary of State

Bullock defeated Mike Wheat and John Parker for the Democratic nomination.

Montana Attorney General - Democratic Primary, 2008

Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngSteve Bullock 42% 63,276
Mike Wheat 36.5% 54,859
John Parker 21.5% 32,362
Total Votes 150,497
Election results via Montana Secretary of State.
Policy Positions

Presidential Election 2020 Political Courage Test

Abortion

1. Do you generally support pro-choice or pro-life legislation?
- Pro-choice

2. Other or expanded principles
- The most basic human right is the freedom to decide what does or does not happen to your body. Today, this basic right is under threat for American women. As president, Steve will fight to make sure women have the right to make their own healthcare decisions. This means rolling back the loopholes that Donald Trump has given to businesses that want to determine their employees' choices about birth control, and re-funding Title IX. It also means codifying Roe v. Wade and nominating judges who will stand up for women's healthcare rights.

Budget

1. Other or expanded principles
- Social security and Medicare are vital parts of the safety net that we need to protect. In the face of Republican threats to cut Social Security to pay for their massive tax cuts to the rich, we need to strengthen Social Security and improve opportunities for Americans to save for retirement. I also support expanding Medicare as part of my plan to ensure that every American has access to affordable, quality healthcare.

2. In order to balance the budget, do you support an income tax increase on any tax bracket?
- Yes

3. Do you support expanding federal funding to support entitlement programs such as Social Security and Medicare?
- Yes

Education

1. Do you support requiring states to adopt federal education standards?
- Yes

2. Other or expanded principles
- I believe that the government, schools, and private industry can work together to provide educational paths for all types of careers that will support a strong middle class. That is why I would provide free tuition for community college attendance, expand and improve public service student loan repayment programs so young people can afford to go to college and give back to their country, and invest in Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).

Energy & Environment

1. Other or expanded principles
- Climate change is the defining challenge of our time. That is why I will rejoin the Paris Agreement on day one, require every federal agency to develop a plan to reduce carbon emissions each year of my administration, aggressively expand clean energy like solar and wind power and energy conservation efforts, reverse Trump's weakening of automobile fuel efficiency standards, direct the Departments of Interior and Agriculture to achieve net-zero emissions on our public lands by 2030, and take on the energy industry and stop dark money groups.

2. Do you support the federal regulation of greenhouse gas emissions?
- Yes

3. Do you support government funding for the development of renewable energy (e.g. solar, wind, geo-thermal)?
- Yes

Guns

1. Do you generally support gun-control legislation?
- Yes

2. Other or expanded principles
- When I was growing up the NRA was a gun safety and hunting organization. Now it's a dark money political organization driving Americans further apart. We need to take immediate action to address gun safety as a public health issue. I support requiring background checks, using red flag laws to disarm people who pose a risk to themselves or others, getting rid of straw purchases, closing the boyfriend loophole, funding research on gun violence, stopping the sale of assault weapons and high-capacity magazines, safe storage, and launching a national gun buy-back program.

Health Care

1. Other or expanded principles
- The greatest strides we have made on healthcare since Medicaid and Medicare in our country was Obamacare. I want to build on that, not start all over. That is why I support a public option to ensure that all Americans have access to healthcare. I support expanding Medicare to states that haven't done so yet, ending surprise billing, and automatically enrolling families who are Medicaid eligible or eligible for a 100% cost subsidy on the ACA exchange. I also will bring down the cost of prescription medicines by negotiating drug prices and taking on the pharmaceutical industry.

2. Do you support repealing the 2010 Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare")?
- No

Campaign Finance

1. Do you support the regulation of indirect campaign contributions from corporations and unions?
- Yes

2. Other or expanded principles
- I have spent my career fighting dark money in politics, and will continue to do so as President. I will sign several executive orders on day one of my presidency: to require any 501(c)4 or 501(c)6 organization that supports a political candidate or organization to disclose all contributions over $5,000, to require existing federal government contractors, and for those applying for federal contracts, to disclose all of their political spending, and require the public filing of a corporate tax returns and public listing of corporate officers for any corporation engaged in political contributions or spending.

Economy

1. Other or expanded principles
- While the wealthy have seen an economic recovery, many people who go to work every day are facing diminishing opportunities. I believe we must make sure every American who works hard has a fair shot at success. That means ensuring the opportunities that come from a great education and job training offer reliable and affordable healthcare and retirement security. That is why I will work to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.

2. Do you support federal spending as a means of promoting economic growth?
- Yes

3. Do you support lowering corporate taxes as a means of promoting economic growth?
- No

Immigration

1. Other or expanded principles
- America's greatest strength is the promise of freedom and opportunity. Almost all of our families have been immigrants at one point, coming here in search of a better life. Immigrants today are no different, escaping violence or persecution. At the same time, we need to make sure our borders are secure. I will work with Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform that grants DREAMers citizenship and provides a pathway to legal status and ultimately citizenship. I will ensure families remain together until their claims have been adjudicated, and use the right mix of people and technology to support the CBP.

2. Do you support the construction of a wall along the Mexican border?
- No

3. Do you support requiring immigrants who are unlawfully present to return to their country of origin before they are eligible for citizenship?
- No

National Security

1. Other or expanded principles
- There are young men and women entering military service this year who weren't even born on 9/11. We've been entangled in the region for too long, and it's time to reassess our posture. I want our brave servicemembers to come home as soon as possible, and I'll do everything in my power, including through diplomacy and working with our allies, to make that happen by the end of my first term. We must also ensure that this solution upholds fundamental human rights, such as women's rights and the rights of minorities, and that they will be respected after we depart.

2. Should the United States use military force to prevent governments hostile to the U.S. from possessing a weapon of mass destruction (for example: nuclear, biological, chemical)?
- Yes

3. Do you support reducing military intervention in Middle East conflicts?
- Yes

Administrative Priorities

Please explain in a total of 100 words or less, your top two or three priorities if elected. If they require additional funding for implementation, please explain how you would obtain this funding.
- Our top priority has to be getting corrupt money and influence out of our politics. Washington has been so thoroughly corrupted by Dark Money that it has been unable to tackle our biggest challenges. If we have a hope of solving climate change, addressing income inequality, and making our communities safer from gun violence, we need to fix this first. I would also prioritize rebuilding the institutions of trust in our representative democracy and America's standing in the world. Much damage has been done under Trump, but it is not irreparable yet.

Trade

1. Do you generally support removing barriers to international trade (for example: tariffs, quotas, etc.)?
- Yes

2. Other or expanded principles
- First, we need to stop tweeting tariffs, trade policy, and insults towards world leaders. As President, I would work to remove tariffs and pass trade deals that benefit all Americans. Trade deals would have to acknowledge the impacts on American workers, provide significant funding for retraining of impacted workers, and include strong labor and environmental protections for all parties.

Defense

1. Do you support increasing defense spending?
- Yes

2. Other or expanded principles
- The president's most important job is to protect America, but that means providing for the defense of our country in a smart and responsible way. This means cutting existing programs that build outdated machinery our military does not need - and openly says it does not want - and focusing spending on next-generation technology to prepare for the battles of the 21st century.

Articles

Governor Bullock Extends Energy Assistance for Thousands of Montanans Impacted by COVID-19

May 14, 2020

Governor Steve Bullock today announced he is directing $5 million in federal CARES Act funds to expand assistance to thousands of Montanans struggling to afford their home energy needs due to financial strain caused by COVID-19. "Montana families shouldn't have to choose between putting food on the table and paying their utility bill," Governor Bullock said. "This funding is critical to keeping families afloat and will give peace of mind to thousands of current LIEAP clients, and to thousands more Montanans who will now be eligible for the program." The $5 million in federal funding will be used to provide COVID-19 supplemental assistance to approximately 18,000 current Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) clients. It will also be used to fund the LIEAP Emergency COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program, which the Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) estimates will provide energy assistance to an additional 6,000 Montana households. These funds are not part of the $1.25 billion Coronavirus Relief Fund allocated to the state. Current LIEAP program recipients will automatically receive the supplemental assistance. The supplemental benefit will be applied toward the recipient's electric bill, since the electricity cost is usually higher during the summer months. Further, current LIEAP clients will be able to have any remaining 2019-2020 season benefit applied to their accounts rather than being returned at the end of the heating season as is normally the case. Individuals who are not current LIEAP clients can apply for the new Emergency COVID-19 Energy Assistance program by contacting their local LIEAP office. Individuals can also call the toll-free LIEAP number at 1-833-317-1080. Applications are available now for both homeowners and renters. "We know these are challenging times for Montana families, and we are here to respond to the immediate needs of the people we serve," DPHHS Director Sheila Hogan said. "We strongly encourage families who think they may be eligible to apply." Eligibility for LIEAP is based on household income and resource limits. The Emergency COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program will use a one-month income (annualized) lookback period to determine eligibility. For example, a family of four with monthly household income of $4,046.00 would be eligible. For new clients, unemployment and/or documented proof of loss of wages related to COVID-19 may also be used to determine eligibility. Households that receive support from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) program may qualify automatically for energy assistance. The benefit period for the program will run from today through August 31, 2020 or until funds are expended. In addition to the $5 million received by the State of Montana, Tribal LIHEAP programs in Montana received $1 million in direct supplemental funding through the CARES Act. Tribal program participants are encouraged to contact their local Tribal LIHEAP offices for information about how these funds will be allocated. Additional information about LIEAP is available at www.lieap.mt.gov.

Governor Bullock Announces Additional Phase One Guidelines to Include Gyms, Movie Theaters, and Museums

May 11, 2020

Governor Steve Bullock today announced additional Phase One guidelines that will allow gyms and fitness studios, movie theaters and museums the option to reopen beginning Friday, May 15 as long as they adhere to strict guidelines limiting capacity, requiring social distancing, and imposing thorough sanitation requirements. "In consultation with public health experts, we have determined that these businesses can carefully reopen under strict capacity, social distancing, and sanitation guidelines," Governor Bullock said. "As Montana continues to aggressively manage the virus and we move forward with the plan to reopen, I am again reminding Montanans that social distancing is vital to continue curbing the virus. All of us must do our part to stay open and stay on a path of decline in positive cases." "So far, Montana businesses and customers are working together to practice the social distancing and hygiene measures necessary to restart our economy, restore our collective sense of well-being and keep each other safe. I am confident we will all do our part during this important next step," said John Felton, President and CEO of RiverStone Health. "Health and wellness has always been our goal, and the advent of the coronavirus has only sharpened that focus. Our commitment is to our members, and our communities, keeping them safe. The protocols established by the state and the fitness industry will be instrumental in this endeavor. We want to bring back the physical and mental well-being of Montanans, get past this pandemic and return to what we do best - helping you stay fit and healthy," said Doug Mahlum, Montana Athletic Club. The reopening date is set at May 15 at the request of the businesses and local public health to allow time to prepare and ensure guidance is being followed. Under the updated guidance developed with input from public health officials, fitness studios, gyms and pools in gyms can begin operating at 50 percent capacity and with strict guidelines including requiring staff to sanitize frequently touched areas and equipment during hours of operation, train workers on symptoms and handwashing technique as well as posting relevant signage instructing members with symptoms to stay home. Hand sanitizer must be available, employees should wear masks and guests should wear masks when possible. Additionally, a six-foot distance must be maintained between equipment and in locker rooms. Personal training may be allowed if social distancing can be maintained. Indoor group classes may not be offered and outdoor group classes can be conducted as long as social distancing is maintained and in groups of 10 or fewer if appropriate physical distancing is not possible. Gym pools are allowed to operate at half capacity as well. The CDC has indicated that properly maintained pool water inactivates the virus. It is critical that pools that have shut down during this time or reduced maintenance follow proper reopening procedures and sampling to ensure the water is safe for use before opening. In the event a confirmed COVID-19 case is associated with a facility the facility should clean in accordance with CDC's facility environmental cleaning procedures for workout areas, seating, locker rooms, and other areas of the establishment frequented by swimmers. Pool classes may continue if social distancing can be observed and swimmers should maintain a six foot distance in the pool at all times. Guidance was also issued this week to allow pools at licensed public accommodations (Hotels, Motels, Bed and Breakfasts, Tourist Homes, etc) to operate if at a 50 percent capacity and with additional social distancing and safety measures. Non-tactile museums and movie theaters will be allowed to open under the updated guidance. Interactive museums or museums that allow touch interactions and displays and live performance theaters cannot operate. Museums and theaters must keep their capacity at 50 percent and maintain six feet between non family members or the immediate party. Signage must be posted instructing those who have COVID-19 related symptoms to stay home. Facilities must increase cleaning and sanitizing of frequently touched surfaces and control customer flow to maximize distancing. Hand sanitizer or hand washing stations must be available and each venue should create and implement a written COVID-19 response plan. Cleaning and sanitizing should be completed no less than every two hours. Facilities should install shielding between workers and attendees whenever possible. Theaters should increase cleaning time period between events, performances and showings to ensure that commonly touched areas such as arm rests and railings are cleaned frequently. Ushers should monitor and enforce social distancing in theaters. At museums, gift shops are also limited to 50 percent capacity. Montana is still under phase one of the Reopening the Big Sky phased approach and adjustment of the phases is at the discretion of the Governor. Other places of assembly such as performance theaters, concert halls, bowling alleys, bingo halls, music halls, and pools that are not in gyms or at a licensed public accommodation shall remain closed. Gatherings should continue to be avoided in groups of more than 10 people in circumstances that do not readily allow for appropriate physical distancing. Senior living and assisted living facilities must continue to restrict visitors. The 14-day travel quarantine remains in effect.

Governor Bullock Secures 19,500 Swabs, 9,000 Viral Transport Medium to Support Testing Framework

May 11, 2020

Governor Steve Bullock today announced he secured 19,500 swabs and 9,000 viral transport medium that have arrived from the federal government to support the effort to continue testing symptomatic Montanans and ramp up testing to protect vulnerable Montanans in nursing homes and assisted living facilities and in tribal communities. "As we continue on the path of reopening, it's critical we have consistent access to supplies to identify new cases and ambitiously contact trace to remove chains of transmission and continue to contain the virus," Governor Bullock said. "I will continue to work with the federal government and private suppliers to ensure we receive the consistent supply chain we need to reach our testing targets." Governor Bullock recently announced a framework to boost testing over the next several months, including a goal to eventually conduct 60,000 tests per month and prioritize testing for vulnerable Montanans in nursing homes and assisted living facilities, tribal communities, and ensure there are enough supplies to continue testing Montanans with COVID-19 related symptoms. Last week, the state worked with nursing homes and assisted living facilities on logistics for testing and is working with facilities to schedule testing over the next several weeks. To continue testing symptomatic Montanans and perform contact tracing and to scale up Montana's ability to test vulnerable Montanans, Governor Bullock has consistently participated in phone calls with the nation's governors and the President, Vice President, and Senior Administration Officials to reiterate Montana's need for a consistent supply chain of swabs to collect samples and other supplies including viral transport medium to protect the sample during its transportation to a lab for testing.

Events

2019

Nov. 18
Meet & Greet with Gov. Steve Bullock in Fort Madison

Mon 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM MST

Palms Restaurant & Bar 4920 Ave O

Nov. 18
Meet & Greet with Gov. Steve Bullock in Fairfield

Mon 11:30 AM – 12:45 PM CST

Riverside Family Restaurant Fairfield Iowa Fairfield, IA

Nov. 17
Meet & Greet with Gov. Steve Bullock in Grinnell

Sun 5:30 PM – 6:50 PM CST

Saints Rest Coffee House Grinnell, IA