Gov. Steve Bullock: A Timeline


Jan. 20 - Age on Inauguration Day 54 years, 9.4 months.







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Nov. 6 - Elected Governor, def. former U.S. Rep. Rick Hill (R) and R. Vandevender (L) by 48.9% to 47.3% and 3.8%.

- Feb. - Appoints Lt. Gov. Walsh to fill U.S. Senate seat, Angela McLean as Lt. Gov..
- Dec. 9 - Elected chair of the Democratic Governors Association.
Nov. - Angela McLean resigns as Lt. Gov..  Dec. - Announces Mike Cooney as Lt. Gov.
Nov. 8 - Re-elected governor, def. Greg Gianforte (R) and Ted Dunlap (L) by 50.25% to 46.36% and 3.40%.
July 18 - Forms Big Sky Values PAC.
July 21 - Elected chair of the National Governors Association.
May - Expected to announce candidacy.
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Jun. 6 - Loses Dem. primary for AG, def. 70% to 30% by Mike McGrath.
Practices law with Steptoe & Johnson in Washington, DC, 2001-04


Returns to Montana and is attorney in private practice.



Jun. 3 - Wins Dem. primary for AG with 42.0%.  Nov. 4 - Elected AG, def. Tim Fox (R) by 52.6% to 47.4%.

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- J.D. from Columbia Law School. 
- Chief legal counsel to MT Sec. of State Mike Cooney.


Works at MT Department of Justice under AG Joe Mazurek for four years.

Marries Lisa Downs.
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- Graduates from Helena High School. 
- Starts at Claremont McKenna College.



B.A. degree in government and philosophy, politics, and economics from Claremont McKenna.
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Born Apr. 11, 1966 in Missoula, MT.



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