I know I’m not the only one, either. I know many people are wondering who this is and what his Montana connection is.
Well, let’s take a look.
Brock Lowrance heads up FP1 Strategies. He’s the Senior Vice President of Political. The site says he’s “spent over a decade working in Republican politics.”
Lowrance was on the Steve Daines team here in Montana in 2014, but then when it seemed the seat would be easy after Amanda Curtis entered the race, Lowrance headed up to Alaska to work on Dan Sullivan’s campaign.
In 2012 Lowrance tried unsuccessfully to get Rick Hill elected as Montana governor. He ran Hill’s campaign, but lost out to Bullock’s team.
In 2010 he managed the Oregon congressional campaign of Rob Cornilles.
Sometime in the mid-2000s Lowrance worked deputy associate director in the office of Presidential Personnel in Washington D.C.
He did so well he got bumped up to associate director in the Office of Political Affairs in the George W. Bush White House.
Prior to that, I believe in the early-2000s, Lowrance worked at the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC).
He got that gig after getting noticed here in Montana while working for the Montana State Senate and for the Montana Republican Party.
He graduated from the University of Montana. He’s never run for office himself.
You can find most of that information in these links:
Next time I’m in Helena I’ll check the Historical Society for a file on Brock. Honestly, though, I doubt they have one.
Is the guy important enough…and for whom?
Perhaps Steve Daines would know.
Yep, Lowrance did pretty good for himself earlier this year – in just two months he made $7,875 from Senator Daines.
Oh yeah, I’m sure we’ll be hearing a lot more from this fellow.