Montana's 2020 election
The Montana Free Press guide
Republican for Governor
Gianforte was the Republican nominee for governor in 2016, but failed to derail Gov. Steve Bullock’s re-election bid. Entering politics after founding and selling RightNow Technologies in Bozeman, he was elected to the U.S. House in the 2017 special election and re-elected to a two-year term in 2019. He was also convicted of misdemeanor assault for attacking a reporter during his 2017 run. Gianforte filed to run for Montana governor a second time June 7.

Fundraising and campaign spending

As a state candidate, Gianforte files campaign finance reports with the Montana Commissioner of Political Practices. See the COPP Campaign Electronic Reporting System for official records. Data shown here is current through 12/31/2019.
Total raised
Total spending
Itemized individual contributions
From committees
Note: Self-financing includes candidate contributions and campaign loans. Prior to Jan. 17, 2019, these figures underreported fundraising for state candidates by omitting unitemized contributions. Unitemized contribution totals, which include small-dollar donations, are calculated here by subtracting itemized cash contributions from reported fundraising totals.

Contributions by zip code: Greg Gianforte (R)

Portion of itemized fundraising from Montana donors
Itemized individual contributions
Number at $710 contribution limit
Note: Individual donors are limited to giving $710 per election to gubernatorial candidates and $360 per election to candidates for other statewide offices, with the primary and general contests counted as separate elections.

Stay tuned for more

We'll be updating this page with new information through Election Day in November 2020.

Have ideas about additional coverage would be helpful as you consider your vote? Tell us at [email protected].