Bullock Doesn't Financially Benefit from Brother's Firm
Bullock issued $14M in state grants to his brother's company - a company Bullock himself receives income from.
- Washington Examiner, 08/03/2020
Bullock makes up to 50,000 every year in rent from his brother’s company, Pioneer Technical Services
-Washington Examiner, 08/03/2020
Pioneer Technical Services has been leasing from Bullock since 2004 meaning that he could have received up $800,000 in rent payments.
- Lewis & Clark County Website, Official Records Database
Half a million of Bullock’s net worth is tied to his company that receives payments from Pioneer Technical Service.
- Steve Bullock, Personal Financial Disclosure, Filed 5/3/20)
"While we continue to prioritize the health and safety of Montanans, we know many residents are financially impacted by this crisis and need assistance now.""
- Gov. Steve Bullock, 04/14/2020
"Montana Gov. Steve Bullock's coronavirus task force includes high-value donors, records show"
- Fox News, 06/18/2020
Bullock had only provided them with 13% of the $1.25 billion that Montana had received from the federal government for COVID-19 relief.
Bullock: “I take my job to be a responsible steward of Montana taxpayer dollars serious.”
Montana Standard, 04/10/2015
Bullock used taxpayer dollars to cover his travel, fundraising, and security detail costs on the campaign trail, including billing Montanans nearly $300,000 for campaign security costs during his run for President.
Bullock has an 'F' rating with the NRA & supports Nancy Pelosi & Chuck Schumer's liberal gun control agenda
-- NRA PVF, 08/07/2020
SUPPORTS Semi-Automatic Ban
-- AP, 08/21/2018
SUPPORTS Universal Background Checks
-- Helena IR, 06/03/2018
"After campaigning against an assault weapons ban and universal background checks during his 2016 reelection, Bullock reversed both positions in the middle of 2018, fueling suspicions that he was preparing for a national campaign."
-- Roll Call, 08/07/2019
Bullock believes we need to make America more safe
Bullock supports the Iranian nuclear deal that gave $150 billion to the leading state sponsor of terrorism & keeps Iran on the path to obtaining nuclear weapons
USA Today, 11/07/2019
Bullock: “I took on big drug companies to reduce prices.”
- Steve Bullock, 08/30/2020
Bullock raised nearly $3 million from Big Pharma.
-DGA IRS Form 8872, 2015; Campaign Finance Report, Steve Bullock for Governor, 2012 & 2016
Bullock VETOED a bipartisan bill that would have actually reduced drug costs for Montanans.
-MTN News, 05/09/2019
"Bullock said he would bring an independent voice to the seat."
- AP, 08/08/2020
"Schumer makes Montana visit to woo Bullock for U.S. Senate"
- MTN News, 02/25/2020
"Schumer tries to get Bullock to run for Senate"
- Great Falls Tribune, 02/25/2020
"Obama urges Bullock to enter Senate race"
- Missoula Current, 02/06/2020
"Bullock meets with Obama as Montana Senate deadline nears"
- Politico, 02/06/2020