Brock Lowrance has spent over a decade working in Republican politics and brings an extensive background in campaigns and strategic communications to the team at FP1.
In 2014, Brock served in senior leadership roles on two winning U.S. Senate campaigns: Steve Daines in Montana and Dan Sullivan in Alaska. In Montana, Brock helped manage Daines’ campaign for the U.S. Senate, electing the first Republican to the seat in over 100 years. In Alaska, he served as a senior advisor to Sullivan’s campaign during the final months of the election.
Previously, Brock managed Rick Hill’s gubernatorial campaign in Montana in 2012 and Rob Cornilles’ congressional campaign in Oregon in 2010.
Prior to that, Brock served in President George W. Bush’s White House as associate director in the Office of Political Affairs. In that role, he acted as the political liaison to state and local elected officials, Republican campaigns, political parties, and grassroots activists in over a dozen states in the Pacific Northwest, Northern Plains, and Mountain West. Before serving in Office of Political Affairs, Brock served as a deputy associate director in the office of Presidential Personnel. Brock first joined the Bush Administration as a political appointee at the Department of the Interior.
Brock’s political experience also includes stints at the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), the Montana State Senate, the Montana Republican Party, on Capitol Hill and numerous other GOP campaign efforts around the country.
Brock is a proud Montanan and graduate of the University of Montana.