Statewide/Land Board

Steve Bullock

Steve Bullock

Governor Steve Bullock was re-elected governor in 2016 and served four years as attorney general. As attorney general, Bullock fought for Montana’s outdoor heritage and fair elections by challenging Citizens United to the U.S. Supreme Court. He has continued his efforts as Governor as a champion of public lands, renewable energy, and our outdoor heritage. During the 2017 Legislature, Bullock vetoed repeated attacks on Montana’s clean energy economy and stood up for our access to Montana’s public lands.

Governor Steve Bullock

Contact:

Office of the Governor
PO Box 200801
Helena MT 59620-0801

406-444-3111

Website

District: Statewide/Land Board

Party: Democrat

Term: 4 Years

Tim Fox

Tim Fox

Re-elected as Attorney General in 2016, Tim Fox was a key ally in passing the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Water Compact during the 2015 Legislature. Unfortunately, Fox often sides with corporate interests in opposing reasonable efforts to protect our clean water and air. His efforts to spend Montana taxpayer dollars to oppose the Clean Water Rule and Clean Power Plan run counter to the 68 percent of Montanans who support a state plan to reduce carbon pollution.

Attorney General Tim Fox

Contact:

Office of the Attorney General
215 N Sanders, Third Floor
PO Box 201401
Helena, MT 59620-1401

406-444-2026

Website

District: Statewide/Land Board

Party: Republican

Term: 4 Years

Corey Stapleton

Corey Stapleton

Elected secretary of state in 2016, Corey Stapleton served in the Montana State Senate from Billings (2001-2009) and was the Minority Leader before being term-limited. As a senator, Stapleton averaged a dismal 9 percent MCV rating. He voted to gut the Montana Environmental Policy Act in 2007 and against permanent re-authorization of Habitat Montana which opens access to public lands. He also voted against final passage for expanding early voting options for voters. Stapleton has unsuccessfully run for governor and U.S. House.

Secretary of State Corey Stapleton

Contact:

Montana Secretary of State Corey Stapleton
State Capitol Building
1301 E. 6th Avenue
Helena, MT 59601

406-444-2034

Website

District: Statewide/Land Board

Party: Republican

Term: 4 Years

MCV Scorecard Rating: 9 percent as a state senator

Matt Rosendale

Matt Rosendale

Elected as state auditor in 2016, Matt Rosendale is a former state legislator from Glendive and served as Senate Majority Leader during the 2015 session. Rosendale earned a dismal 6 percent MCV rating during three sessions in the legislature. During the 2015 Legislature, Rosendale voted to create a new state committee to study the sell-off or transfer of federal public lands in Montana. Rosendale also voted against expanding Medicaid to provide insurance coverage to over 62,000 Montanans. In 2014, Rosendale finished third in a five-way primary for the U.S. House after loaning himself over $1 million.

State Auditor Matt Rosendale

Contact:

Office of the Montana State Auditor, Commissioner of Securities and Insurance
840 Helena Ave.
Helena, Montana 59601

800-332-6148 or 406-444-2040

Website

District: Statewide/Land Board

Party: Republican

Term: 4 Years

MCV Scorecard Rating: 6 percent as a state legislator

Elsie Arntzen

Elsie Arntzen

Elected superintendent of Public Instruction in 2016, Elsie Arntzen was an elementary school teacher for 23 years. Arntzen averaged an MCV rating of 13 percent over six legislative sessions and only a 23 percent with MEA-MFT in 2015. During the 2015 Legislature, Arntzen voted to create a new state committee to study the sell-off or transfer of federal public lands in Montana.

Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen

Contact:

P.O. Box 202501
Helena, Montana 59620-2501

406-444-3095

Website

District: Statewide/Land Board

Party: Republican

Term: 4 Years

MCV Scorecard Rating: 13 percent as a state legislator