He was the only Democrat win a statewide office in a state that Trump won in 2016. Will that be enough to woo Democratic primary voters in an already crowded race?
Poll pegs the presidential approval rating in Montana at 45 percent. Gov. Steve Bullock is reported at 53 percent.
After months of chewing on Gov. Steve Bullock’s $440 million infrastructure proposal, Republicans in the Montana Legislature have unveiled their proposal to finance university buildings, local water systems, and bridges.
In a wide-ranging interview, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock continued to express interest in potentially joining the ever-growing list of 2020 Democratic hopefuls, but said he has more pressing priorities to address first.
HELENA — A proposal by Montana Governor Steve Bullock calls for $440 million in infrastructure projects across the state, including rural water projects, dam upgrades, a state museum, and new university buildings. As the Legislature meets this winter and spring, one of lawmakers’ chief tasks is deciding how much of that request the governor — and Montana communities — will get.
At $6.6 billion in agency spending — plus another $439 million in infrastructure proposals — there’s plenty in Bullock’s budget for lawmakers to chew on.