@GovernorBullock


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Steve Bullock
11 hours ago:   Thursday Feb 21 - 8:18pm
Last time I checked, our government should work for "we the people" not "we the corporations." https://t.co/jSclceyGKS


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Steve Bullock
13 hours ago:   Thursday Feb 21 - 6:16pm
It's easy to campaign on campaign finance reform, but after they get elected, politicians like Mitch McConnell cave to special interest and dark money groups. It's time to learn a thing or two from Montana. https://t.co/fX13sObWpP

Steve Bullock
17 hours ago:   Thursday Feb 21 - 2:45pm
Thanks @ChuckTodd. Next round at @SipnDipLounge is on me. https://t.co/KK0GXAKNPa

Steve Bullock
20 hours ago:   Thursday Feb 21 - 11:45am
Every single Elsa, Anna, and Olaf deserves the benefits of high quality early childhood education -- don't hold them back anymore. https://t.co/2GiLSoVda2


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Steve Bullock
1 day ago:   Wednesday Feb 20 - 8:20pm
We are at a crossroads in our country which we must take a look in the mirror and recognize what our words mean. https://t.co/iGfFszsGe1


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Steve Bullock
1 day ago:   Wednesday Feb 20 - 5:03pm
We are all Baker's Warriors. https://t.co/Zhs5Ferr8M

Steve Bullock
1 day ago:   Wednesday Feb 20 - 3:07pm
There is still plenty of opportunity to ensure we publicly fund preschool for our kiddos. I'm optimistic we will get it done - especially if you all continue to make your voices heard. https://t.co/Q6EXZVZhjn

Steve Bullock
1 day ago:   Wednesday Feb 20 - 2:31pm
Rep. Keane and I are making the dab cool again. https://t.co/UKVPQPsmxd

Steve Bullock
1 day ago:   Wednesday Feb 20 - 1:44pm
Montanans are always proud when our youngest represent us to the world, but never more so than when they truly embody our Montana values. Support the Helena Robotics Club's trip to World Finals: https://t.co/JEyEYN6uhl https://t.co/OwSE30iveE

Steve Bullock
1 day ago:   Wednesday Feb 20 - 12:05pm
Let's face it -- the Republican tax bill last year wasn't meant to help working families, it was for their corporate friends and millionaire donors. https://t.co/8JOqYbZzIy

Steve Bullock
1 day ago:   Wednesday Feb 20 - 10:08am
Sure, what could go wrong? https://t.co/I0Nh4C6kt5

Steve Bullock
2 days ago:   Tuesday Feb 19 - 2:38pm
This is another victory Montanans can claim over the big money that wants to make our decisions for us. Despite attempts by out-of-state interests to time and time again overturn the will of Montanans, the DISCLOSE Act is officially here to stay. https://t.co/9l1KMEEr8O


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Steve Bullock
2 days ago:   Tuesday Feb 19 - 10:56am
This time last year, I decided to stop waiting on Washington DC to come to their senses and reinstate net neutrality rules. So we did it oursleves -- and it worked. https://t.co/ju7jCJ5ZuG

Steve Bullock
3 days ago:   Monday Feb 18 - 4:57pm
Marathon monopoly game, done. Hope you're all enjoying Presidents' Day with your families! https://t.co/Mr57v0uPak


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Steve Bullock
3 days ago:   Monday Feb 18 - 3:43pm
Anti-semitism has no place in Montana, in America, in our world. Period. https://t.co/LS1GOQi2Y4

Steve Bullock
3 days ago:   Monday Feb 18 - 1:59pm
Macey, you're welcome to see us at work in Montana anytime. https://t.co/WpUvlbq9hz

Steve Bullock
3 days ago:   Monday Feb 18 - 11:42am
My family and our public lands. #MondayMotivation https://t.co/eDpsmPkiCe


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Steve Bullock
5 days ago:   Saturday Feb 16 - 11:31am
It's abundantly clear: dark money donors' favorite Valentine this year were the politicians padding their campaign accounts. https://t.co/TZgCv18DEA

Steve Bullock
6 days ago:   Friday Feb 15 - 8:04pm
Maybe next time I’ll floss. https://t.co/gufEGow2Fc

Steve Bullock
6 days ago:   Friday Feb 15 - 4:28pm
Kudos to my fellow Governor from Maine. This is what Americans want: expanded Medicaid, access to pre-k and a living wage for teachers. Take notice, Washington. https://t.co/4rqCX4iTaD

Steve Bullock
6 days ago:   Friday Feb 15 - 11:09am
We pay our fair share. Corporations should too — no exceptions. https://t.co/98HVcJ075b

Steve Bullock
1 week ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 5:46pm
Floods in Houston? Emergency. Hurricane in Puerto Rico? Emergency. Fires in California, Oregon and Montana? Emergencies. The situation at the Southern border is not a national emergency. To declare it as such is a dangerous precedent.

Steve Bullock
1 week ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 10:34am
My one and only. Happy Valentine's Day, Lisa. https://t.co/xOg9NjALc1


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Steve Bullock
1 week ago:   Wednesday Feb 13 - 6:00pm
It doesn't make much sense that we would abandon our successful, bipartisan approach to Medicaid expansion to spend more money, kick up to 43,000 Montanans off their coverage, and hurt our rural hospitals. https://t.co/m4A422X8cJ

Steve Bullock
1 week ago:   Wednesday Feb 13 - 4:03pm
Democratic elections are one of our great equalizers - but only if they truly are elections, not auctions sold to the highest bidder. We must be able to trust that our government works for us, not for foreign or corporate interests. #ElectionsNotAuctions https://t.co/GoB48O58VS

Steve Bullock
1 week ago:   Wednesday Feb 13 - 11:20am
If there's one thing I've learned in Montana politics, it's that where there's real, bipartisan agreement - you're sure to find a flattop. Thank you @SenatorTester your leadership in protecting our public lands for the next generation of Americans. https://t.co/nz8bGrVolV

Steve Bullock
1 week ago:   Tuesday Feb 12 - 12:38pm
"It becomes obvious pretty early when you get into space that we're all kinda in this together." It's only fitting Mark Kelly's next mission is in public service. Godspeed, @ShuttleCDRKelly. https://t.co/lQWzgSxeuo

Steve Bullock
1 week ago:   Tuesday Feb 12 - 10:59am
Now more than ever, I find myself going back to my book of Abraham Lincoln's quotes and speeches to search for insight and inspiration. "Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power." #LincolnsBirthday

Steve Bullock
1 week ago:   Monday Feb 11 - 6:13pm
Frankly, it's difficult to understand why our public lands have become a partisan issue. Because if you ask the American people, this 'problem' becomes simple: public lands belong in public hands. Period. https://t.co/FsY7tjypMI

Steve Bullock
1 week ago:   Monday Feb 11 - 11:54am
They drove a hard bargain, but eventually we agreed on a fourth box of Thin Mints. Thanks @GSMWcouncil, for selling us your first cookies of the season and for all of the work you do raising the confident, enterprising women our state depends on. https://t.co/GVLtnfLSL4


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Steve Bullock
1 week ago:   Monday Feb 11 - 11:24am
We have the opportunity to give kids like Lillie and Amity a great start to their education, & expand our investment in preschool to every school who wishes to offer a high-quality program. Our future leaders are depending on us - there's no time to wait. https://t.co/0ro2upmIpY

Steve Bullock
1 week ago:   Sunday Feb 10 - 12:13pm
I don't need to sit here and tell you about the divisiveness dominating our news coverage right now. But, despite all the noise, this story is a reminder that at the core of America is compassion. https://t.co/HuNVf9vuo8

Steve Bullock
1 week ago:   Friday Feb 8 - 11:15am
As the first week of #BlackHistoryMonth comes to a close, we honor the African American men and women who helped build this nation. We acknowledge the strides we've made -- and we commit ourselves to shortening the road to equality.

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Feb 7 - 11:46pm
John Dingell fought our nation’s toughest battles on behalf of working Americans — from civil rights to workers’ rights, to healthcare and a clean environment. He lifted us all towards a more perfect union. My thoughts are with @RepDebDingell and their family.

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Feb 7 - 5:59pm
Campaign finance affects every single American, from the halls of Congress to the kitchen tables in Montana. We must keep fighting against the outsized influence corporations and special interests have on our democracy – Americans deserve no less.

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Feb 7 - 5:58pm
In Montana, we’ve fought back against the disastrous effects of Citizens United. As Governor, I worked with both sides of the aisle to pass one of the most progressive campaign finance disclosure laws in the country in 2015.

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Feb 7 - 5:58pm
Money in politics is fundamentally eroding American democracy and what it should (or used to) stand for — a government “of the people, by the people, and for the people.”

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Feb 7 - 5:58pm
An astonishing 48.03% of all spending was classified as a large individual contributions – i.e., massive donations made by wealthy individuals seeking to turn our elections into auctions.

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Feb 7 - 5:57pm
Yesterday it was revealed that 50% of outside spending in the 2018 elections was completely or partially paid for by undisclosed donors. https://t.co/SofD4tAZOl

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Feb 7 - 5:17pm
It’s simple: Public lands belong in public hands. https://t.co/T2bqytGOq0


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Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Feb 7 - 11:55am
This is the kind of mindset we need in Washington. Public lands, should ALWAYS be in public hands. I applaud @SenatorBennet for his work on this important legislation. https://t.co/wtN4JuMqQE

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Feb 6 - 5:17pm
RT @mscopff: SB160 passes 9-1 out of committee. Lots of amazing work done. The work is not over yet but the people that have come together to make this happen so far is amazing. Thanks to everyone that has supported us. @mcconnell_nate #firefighters #mtnews #mtleg https://t.co/AMyS4tljr9


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Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Feb 6 - 11:58am
I stand with the majority of Montanans who have time and time again rejected a statewide sales tax, and against this bill that would raise everyday taxes on the hardworking people of our state. Full statement: https://t.co/cwdJQEy6dj


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Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Feb 6 - 10:53am
Montana has warmed almost 3° since 1950 - putting the Last Best Place in danger. Thank you @washingtonpost for shining a light on the dangers we face if we fail to change course on climate. https://t.co/H3F2404Jfs

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Feb 5 - 5:52pm
For more than one hundred years, workers across our state have joined together to advocate for better working conditions, safer workplaces, and fair wages. Thank you, @LtGovMikeCooney, for supporting Montana’s unions with your testimony today. https://t.co/301YYJExrv

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Feb 5 - 3:58pm
The future leaders of this state are doctors, judges, policemen and women, and even Governors. We owe it to them to give them the best shot at success, and expand access to pre-K across Montana. https://t.co/5JTZAPhn2n

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Feb 5 - 12:15pm
Politics as usual in Washington is at complete odds with what our nation needs. https://t.co/hV8qu1qB56


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Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Feb 5 - 12:00pm
We have an opportunity not only to protect the progress we've made, but to build on it. Forcing work quotas and unpaid labor mandates on 95,000 of our fellow Montanans will only result in a web of red tape and a dangerous loss of healthcare for those who rely on it.

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Feb 5 - 11:59am
Here in Montana, 96% of people with Medicaid are working or have a good reason not to be, such as being a caregiver, in school, or having a disability or serious medical issue.

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Feb 5 - 11:58am
2 people who were working or supposed to be exempt lost coverage for every 1 who lost coverage for not meeting the quota.

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Feb 5 - 11:57am
In Arkansas -- the only state in the nation to impose work quotas as a requirement for participation in Medicaid expansion -- 18,164 people lost coverage. https://t.co/st9h0kPCg9

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Feb 5 - 11:56am
The Medicaid work quota reporting mandated in Kentucky has now been delayed to July... after the courts are expected to strike down the proposal. https://t.co/D0AVSgaKcE

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Monday Feb 4 - 2:05pm
When I grow up, I want to be like these kiddos. https://t.co/kjbJgtCXDY


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Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Monday Feb 4 - 1:20pm
Great to speak with some of Montana's finest today about ensuring they have the healthcare coverage they need to recover from any illness they may contract while saving lives. There is no more credible voice on this issue than yours, and I'm behind you every step of the way. https://t.co/GN0xh3Q5l9

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Monday Feb 4 - 11:54am
Montana's future leaders deserve nothing less than the best possible start to their education, so we're rallying today at the Capitol to tell the state legislature there's no time to wait. Join us here: https://t.co/b0tfiIFpb2

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Monday Feb 4 - 11:20am
That's why I am asking for a $22 million investment from #mtleg to give public schools across our state the opportunity to provide preschool. https://t.co/NBpyFdTq9n


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Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Monday Feb 4 - 11:19am
I've traveled across the state, visiting the classrooms in the pilot program. I've met the teachers who shared the difference it makes for a child to attend preschool, and the kiddos who are growing in every way -- developing the skills they will need throughout their lifetimes.

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Monday Feb 4 - 11:18am
If that wasn't enough, our economy sees the benefit of preschool education: every $1 spent on high-quality preschool programs creates at least $7 in future savings to the communities and states that invest.

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Monday Feb 4 - 11:18am
We know kids who are ready for kindergarten are more likely to read at grade level, graduate from high school, and even earn more money as adults.

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Monday Feb 4 - 11:18am
In 2017, Montana came together to make the first ever state investment to expand preschool education. In the first year alone, 93% of kids who participated in our pilot program were ready for kindergarten.

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Feb 2 - 10:53am
Creating safe and fair workplaces means we all have the responsibility to speak up and do what’s right. That includes me. Thank you for asking better, and asking more, of me. https://t.co/lnEL3DRNGd

Steve Bullock
2 weeks ago:   Friday Feb 1 - 12:25pm
Medicaid expansion has provided 95,000 of our friends and neighbors with health insurance - not to mention infused $350 million in personal income and created at least 5,900 jobs. It's critical that we protect expansion. Our state can't afford not to. https://t.co/M46pKLdGtm

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:46pm
As we come together this year, the state of our state is strong. We as Montanans are strong. And by working together, by following the course we’ve set, we’ll ensure that the Montana our kids and grandkids inherit is stronger than ever before.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:45pm
I’m optimistic because Montana - this place, its people, its purpose - built for me a world where the improbable was achievable. That’s a story each of us understands, because it’s our story. https://t.co/fBzpNA3oj5


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Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:44pm
I’m optimistic that we can demonstrate while we may have our differences at times, Republicans and Democrats can still work together in Montana to get things done... without shutting down our government.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:44pm
Six years ago, I walked into this job hopeful and determined. And tonight, I am no less optimistic than I was the first time I stood before you.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:43pm
#MTLeg: Don’t send me a budget where cuts aren’t realized until after you adjourn, and don’t send me a budget where I’ll have to make cuts due to a failure to leave a sufficient ending fund balance. Because, if you do, I will send it back.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:41pm
As always, I’m eager to work with Democrats and Republicans to ensure we pass a budget that is balanced and fiscally responsible. But after learning the lesson's of 2017's special session, I will insist on a $300 million reserve for a rainy day.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:39pm
Montanans must be assured that money isn't coming from foreign countries -- we must expressly outlaw foreign spending in our state elections. As Montanans and Americans, folks in our state expect that their government will work for them, not anybody else.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:39pm
For those that remain, dark money groups can no longer hide behind their tax status in Montana. During the last ninety days of our state elections, they now have to report every single dollar they spend.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:39pm
After the disastrous 2010 Citizen's United decision, dark money and outside spending in our state was rampant. But when we passed the DISCLOSE Act in 2015, those dark money groups folded up their tent and left our state.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:37pm
The distance between Montana and Washington DC is measured in more than the 2,150 miles between us. Politics is more than a zero-sum game here - we treat each other with respect, even when we disagree.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:36pm
Other states have chosen to incur reasonable borrowing rather than passing on crumbling infrastructure to their kids. We are out of step with the rest of the country. Break the logjam. This session, let's deliver infrastructure for now and for future generations.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:29pm
It is critical that we remove the sunset on Medicaid expansion. That we protect healthcare for our family, friends and neighbors. That our rural hospitals stay open and our economy stays strong.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:25pm
And if I told you I had a business coming to Montana that would create over 5,000 jobs and infuse over 350 million dollars of new personal income into our state, you would all tell me that sounds pretty darn good. That's what Medicaid expansion has done and will continue to do.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:24pm
That's because in 2015 we came together and passed one of the most innovative Medicaid expansion programs in the nation. Since then, 95,000 of our friends, family, and neighbors have recieved healthcare coverage.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:21pm
In 2013, our uninsured rate was at a staggering 20%. Today, it's the lowest it's ever been in our state's history at under 8%.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:19pm
We know preschool works. So I am asking for a $30 million investment over two years. Let’s provide kids and families across our state access to high-quality, voluntary, affordable preschool options - our future leaders deserve no less. https://t.co/lPIfrY6vOv


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Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:17pm
In 2017, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle came together to establish the STARS preschool pilot. And in its first year, 93% of participating students walked out the door ready for kindergarten.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:12pm
I wouldn't be standing here tonight if not for my years at Helena High School and our state's public school system. https://t.co/LVLnSYZ6qV


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Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:12pm
The most important investments we make are the ones that will impact Montana long after those of us in this chamber have completed our time in office. Foremost among them is ensuring that our kids, students and workers have a world-class education.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:07pm
Since January 2013 we've added almost 34,000 private sector jobs - and real wages are on the rise. Today, the average Montana worker earns 108 dollars more each and every week than they did six years ago. That’s real money.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:06pm
The first time I stood at this podium in 2013, our unemployment rate was 5.6%. Now, at 3.7% it is the lowest it's been in a decade. More people are working than ever before in our state’s history.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 9:06pm
Even though they don't think my dad jokes are as cool as they did 6 years ago, Caroline, Alex, and Cam remind me every day why I do what I do. They shape my perspective in office: I want my kids, and all Montana kids, to have every opportunity I had growing up here and more. https://t.co/1whx1tSvUk


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Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 8:43pm
One last time, Montana. Follow along with my fourth and final State of the State here, or watch live at this link: https://t.co/9dtVP4wLC5

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 6:25pm
Can’t wait to see my biggest supporters in the audience tonight. https://t.co/DtA07c5eyz


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Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 2:41pm
RT @LtGovMikeCooney: The public preschool classroom in Troy, Montana is doing things right. Access to high-speed internet. Preschoolers well on their way to being prepared for kindergarten. And dancing. https://t.co/AdFE3jYcMu


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Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 31 - 12:09pm
Tonight's my final State of the State, where I'll tell Montana's story of our people, our progress, and our purpose. I am just as optimistic for this state - our home - as I've ever been. Join me on Facebook or at the Capitol at 7 pm to hear why. https://t.co/XEsPqbDwqK


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Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 30 - 3:45pm
The families and friends of Hanna Harris, Ashley Heavyrunner, Jermaine Charlo, and Henny Scott -- all Native women missing or murdered in Montana -- are counting on us. We must act now, so this epidemic is unheard of in our state and our country's future. https://t.co/9pCrL9M1FU


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Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 30 - 1:15pm
Thrilled that @StaceyAbrams is delivering the Democratic response to the State of the Union. Hearing her speak to the values we share as Americans never fails to lift me up - I can't wait for the rest of the country to hear her on Tuesday. https://t.co/OY3iZE4cvr

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 29 - 2:27pm
The coolest part about being the Governor? Meeting with future leaders, investing in their education, and full-sized Snickers. https://t.co/PITQxSpwWF


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Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Monday Jan 28 - 11:47am
➣This is the kind of progress we need ALL across the country. https://t.co/DKr1N4jc8l

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 25 - 4:17pm
Glad to see politicians in Washington finally realized what the rest of the country has known the last 34 days: this shutdown hurt the American people and our economy. We damn sure better not be in the same place come three weeks from now. We need a long term solution.

Steve Bullock
3 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 25 - 10:53am
I think it’s time we fully recognize the value of Medicaid expansion is as much for our Montana businesses as it is for the Montanans now receiving access to health care. https://t.co/pv6oQlLX10

Steve Bullock
4 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 24 - 8:40pm
It’s time to deliver on what Montanans, and Americans alike expect: 𝙄𝙣𝙫𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙢𝙚𝙣𝙩 𝙞𝙣 𝙤𝙪𝙧 𝙘𝙤𝙢𝙢𝙪𝙣𝙞𝙩𝙞𝙚𝙨. ➛Time to deliver for those we represent ➛Time to put shovels to dirt. https://t.co/uh2fXFTkmP

Steve Bullock
4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 23 - 4:28pm
This Montana federal employee’s story isn’t unique. This isn’t right. Open the government. Stop hurting Americans. https://t.co/97rh8TS2ic


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Steve Bullock
4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 23 - 10:32am
Montanans expect better selfies out of their Lt. Governor... There you go #mtleg, mark off two squares. https://t.co/nynW8AOc5f

Steve Bullock
1 month ago:   Monday Jan 21 - 5:24pm
I’m going to keep fighting in Montana, and I hope other states will join me...because Americans deserve no less.

Steve Bullock
1 month ago:   Monday Jan 21 - 5:23pm
Just like we have in Montana, we have to keep fighting against the outsized influence corporations and special interests have on our elections, our elected officials, and our representative democracy.

Steve Bullock
1 month ago:   Monday Jan 21 - 5:22pm
Our hopes for the many other problems this country faces - economic inequality, climate change, affordable universal healthcare - all depend on breaking the stronghold corporations and wealthy elites have on our democratic institutions.