206 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
A fifth-generation Montanan, Steve David Daines was raised in Bozeman and brings more than twenty-five years of private-sector business experience to Washington, D.C. as he serves the people of Montana as the state’s Congressman.
Steve’s parents grew up in Billings. After graduating from Billings Senior High, Steve’s dad enlisted in the Marines and later graduated from the University of Montana with a business degree. In 1964, Steve’s parents moved to Bozeman and started a home construction business.
After attending public schools in Bozeman, Steve worked his way through college at Montana State University – Bozeman and graduated with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. He spent thirteen years in a management role for Procter & Gamble, and then returned to Bozeman in 1997 to work with his parents in the family’s construction business.
In 2000, Steve took on the role of VP of Customer Service for Right Now Technologies, a Bozeman-based start-up company that had around 100 employees at the time. The company grew rapidly and today is a publicly traded software company that employs more than 1,000 people—making it the largest commercial employer in Bozeman.
Steve has been married to his wife, Cindy, for 27 years. They live in Bozeman and are the parents to four children: David, Annie, Michael and Caroline. Steve and his family are actively involved in their church and community volunteer organizations and enjoy backpacking, hunting, skiing and fishing.
Speaking on the House floor about my bill to help Montanans in the East Bench Irrigation District. Watch here: http://t.co/khntrCJN29
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Representative Steve Daines Calls for Action Against Drug Trafficking, Other Related Crimes in Eastern Montana http://t.co/INx4VzfZaZ
Thank you to the Billings Gazette for highlighting my work to fight rising crime in Bakken region.
I was in Kalispell yesterday to hear from veterans who have been denied the ability to have their service animal by their side at VA facilities
Thank you to the Montanans who contacted the EPA in support of my efforts to stop the agency's latest power grab. Due to pressure from the public
Who should pay higher taxes on their internet access? a) Grandparents sharing photos of the grandkids b) High school students doing research
Montanans are waiting for Majority Leader Harry Reid to take up the dozens of House-passed bills that will help create jobs and put people back