Steve Bullock

Steve Bullock and Shaun Ahern

Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Des Moines
Bird Dog: Shaun Ahern

Shaun asked Bullock if he would oppose Energy Transfer Partner’s proposal to double the flow of oil through the Dakota Access Pipeline. Bullock told Shaun that he didn’t know much about DAPL, but thought he would probably be opposed to it. He mentioned the situation he has dealt with in Montana with the Keystone XL Pipeline.


Thursday, August 8, 2019
Des Moines
Bird Dogs: Ed Fallon, Shari Hrdina


Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Des Moines
Bird Dogs: Kathy Byrnes, Ed Fallon, Samantha Kuhn and Anmol Pakhale


Friday, May 17, 2019
Bird Dogs: Donnielle Wanatee

Bullock addresses Indigenous concerns, and answers a question about climate change and water quality.


Thursday, May 16, 2019
Des Moines
Bird Dogs: Shaun Ahern, Kathy Byrnes, Jan Corderman, Ed Fallon, Lysa Fisk, Shari Hrdina, Whitney Hulse, Jon Neiderbach, Kari Noble, Todd Steichen

Bold Climate Bird Dogs offer Montana Governor Steve Bullock a warm Iowa welcome as we challenge him to be strong on climate.

Seen on DM Register reporter Brianne Pfannenstiel’s Twitter feed.

Kathy Byrnes speaks with Washington Post reporter David Weigel.

Many reporters, including local, national and from Montana, covered the event.

After the formal presentation, Kari Nobel (in red) asks Steve Bullock a climate question while Kathy Byrnes (in blue) captures his response.

Ed raised his hand and was called on during the formal Q&A portion of the evening. He asked about Gov. Bullock’s support of the Green New Deal.

After the formal part of the event, Kari worked her way to Gov. Bullock to ask him a question. It was noisy, so the sound quality is not great. She asked about the use of coal in Missouri’s Energy Blueprint.