Kenneth (Kenneth) Bogner (R-19)

State Senator Kenneth Bogner

Kenneth (Kenneth) Bogner (R-19)
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Capitol: 406.444.4800
FAX: 406.444.4875
District: 406.916.9690
State Capitol 1301 East Sixth Avenue
Helena, MT 59620-8201
1017 Pleasant Street
Miles City, MT 59301-3414
Residence:Miles City, MT

Committee Assignments


Kenneth was born and raised in southeast Montana to a family that first settled there as ranching homesteaders over one hundred years ago. Growing up a Miles City Cowboy, he learned personal responsibility, grit, and what it means to be a Montanan. Military Service. Witnessing the events of September 11, 2001 unfold while in class as a high school freshman, Kenneth was called to serve the country. He joined the United States Marine Corps upon his eighteenth birthday. During his four years in the Marines, Kenneth served two tours to Iraq completing missions along the Euphrates River and Syrian border as a combat engineer. Education. After his military service, Kenneth attended Columbia University on the G.I. Bill. With his political science education, he went to spread conservative values in California working on a state senate campaign during the 2014 mid-term elections. Following the election win, Kenneth spent time traveling the world to experience other cultures and to earn a master's degree in public policy from Middlesex University in London, U.K. Montana State Senate. Wanting to give back to the community that supported his family after his younger brother was wounded in Afghanistan, Kenneth ran for the Montana State Senate in 2018. He won with 80% of the vote to become the youngest member of the Senate where he currently works to preserve the Montana culture that helps make America great. Kenneth serves as the chairman of the Economic Affairs Interim Committee and vice chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee. Personal Life In his free time, Kenneth helps on the Bogner ranch, works to find veterans jobs in Montana, and spends time exploring Big Sky Country.

Election / Personal Info

First Elected: 2018    Next Election: 2026
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