Nov. 8, 2016 Governor
Card, 4 1/4" x 11".

Protect natural resource and agriculture industries, remove tax and regulatory barriers, and prepare our kids for the jobs of the future.

DEFEND OUR MONTANA WAY OF LIFE - Uphold our 2nd Amendment rights, keep public lands public, and support our current stream access laws.

RESTORE ACCOUNTABILITY TO STATE GOVERNMENT - Bring a culture of customer service to state government, prioritize infrastructure, and reject special interest PAC money.

MAINTAIN THE QUALITY OF HEALTHCARE IN MONTANA - Keep care standards high while reducing costs and expanding rural access with price transparency, consumer incentives and telemedicine.

Montana Chamber of Commerce
Montana Association of Realtors
Montana Farm Bureau Federation PAC


> Founder of RightNow Technologies, which created over 500 jobs in Bozeman – average wage of $90,000.
> Husband and father of four.
> Proven jobs creator – not a career politician.
> Life member of the NRA and avid sportsman.


> Phillips County Commissioner, 4th-generation family rancher.
> Former Montana Stockgrowers Association board member
> Fierce agriculture and rural Montana advocate.

National Rifle Association
Montana Building Industry Association
Susan B. Anthony List

Paid for by Greg for Montana – PO Box 1557, Helena, MT, 59624 – Republican

Biography  [born April 17, 1961]

Greg Gianforte fell in love with Montana nearly 40 years ago when he first came to Montana on a school trip. After spending the summer hiking the backcountry, he knew this is where he wanted to build a life. It was in Bozeman, Montana where Greg and his wife Susan raised all four of their children. And it was in the same house that they raised their kids, where they started a small company called RightNow Technologies. That small company grew to over 1,100 employees with an average Montana salary near $90,000 a year.

Greg Gianforte is not a government insider. He spent his entire career creating jobs in the private sector. His first business was at age 14, mowing lawns. Through his career, Greg founded five different start-up companies. Recently, he launched “Better Montana Jobs” in order to lift Montana up from the trenches of being 49th in the nation in wages. He’s also the author of Bootstrapping Your Business, which he uses to mentor entrepreneurs, and serves as chair of the MT High Tech Business Alliance. In 2015 he was inducted into the Montana Business Hall of Fame. 

Greg is also a strong supporter of education. He helped found CodeMontana, which provides public school scholarships to high school students to learn coding and computer science. He’s also the founder of ACE Scholarships Montana that helps low and moderate income students attend the school of their choice. Additionally, Greg launched the Gianforte Manufacturing Scholarships, providing 50% scholarships to low-income Montanans and veterans.

Greg is a family man and an avid outdoorsman. He and Susan raised all four of their children hiking the mountains here in Montana. They believe to whom much is given, much is required- and have generously donated to projects and organizations right here in Montana. Greg is a sportsman and life member of the NRA who will defend our 2nd Amendment rights.