Why i'm Running

I'm running for Attorney General to be an independent watchdog for your rights.

We need to fight for a world where:​​

  • Drug companies can't rig prices on prescription drugs.

  • Montanans with pre-existing conditions are protected.

  • Insurance companies can't steal from us through confusing or misleading bills. 

  • Our privacy isn't for sale.

  • As consumers, we make our own choices and aren't controlled by tricks in the fine print.

  • As workers, we control our future, including the right to organize.

  • As citizens, we decide our elections, not out-of-state dark money groups.

  • As public land owners, we defend and expand access to Montana's special places.

  • We are all equal under the law.


This campaign is about more than an election. It's about staking out a place for individual choice and personal freedoms in the face of modern life and new attacks on our rights. 

Every single Montanan is entitled to a lawyer who is looking out for them and no one else.

It's the Attorney General's job to be your advocate and defend your rights--and I will never settle for anything less. 


Working families 

Read Graybill's strategy to protect working Montanans from predatory employment practices and stand up for the rights of organized labor and Montana's middle class. 

Bringing the mVD into the 21st century

The wait is over. Graybill will overhaul the Motor Vehicle Division to allow online licensing and vehicle titling, to cut lines, reduce delay, and eliminate red tape.


Read Graybill's strategy to defend Montanans with pre-existing conditions and take real action to stand up to big pharmaceutical corporations and lower prescription drug prices.


Public lands and public access

Read Graybill's strategy to defend Montana's outdoor heritage from unprecedented attacks by the federal government and wealthy special interests.


Throughout the campaign, we'll release a series of policies and initiatives highlighting how the Attorney General can better serve Montanans:

substance abuse & criminal justice

Read Graybill's plan to increase treatment options, support preventative solutions at the community level, and ensure our law enforcement have up-to-date training in substance use disorder best practices.


Montana Federation of Public Employees

Montana Conservation Voters

Montana AFL-CIO

Fort Peck Tribes

Fort Belknap Tribes

Governor Steve Bullock

Governor Brian Schweitzer

Senator Max Baucus

The Billings Gazette

The Bozeman Daily Chronicle

The Missoulian

The Montana Standard

Daily Kos

SEIU 775

Montana Teamsters Local 190

Montana Teamsters Local 2

Montana 55+ Action Fund

Montana Professional Firefighters

Montana Supreme Court Justices Patricia Cotter, Mike Wheat, Terry Trieweiler,  Jim Regnier (ret.)

Mayors John Engen (Missoula), Bob Kelly (Great Falls), Wilmot Collins (Helena)

And thousands of individual Montanans who have joined our campaign!