Born on August 20, 1962, Steve Daines is an American entrepreneur and politician who is currently the junior United States Senator from Montana. In the 2014 election, he won an open U.S. Senate seat, defeating Democrat Amanda Curtis. Read the article below for more information.

Steve Daines

Before Fame: He attended Montana State University.

Family/ Relationships

Steve Daines Parents/Ethnicity/Religion

Born in Van Nuys, California, he is the son of Sharon R. and Clair W. Daines. He moved to Montana with his parents in 1964.

Steve Daines Affair/Married

He is married to Cindy Daines and the couple lives in Bozeman with their four children: David, Annie, Michael and Caroline. For more information, contact him on twitter.

Profile / Wiki / Information

Personal Information

  • Full Name: Steve David Daines
  • Nicknames: Steve
  • Birthday: August 20, 1962
  • Age: 55 years old
  • Birthplace: Van Nuys, California, US
  • Current Residence: United States
  • Education: Montana State University
  • Profession: Politician
  • Political Party: Republican
  • Nationality: American
  • Ethnicity/Race: White
  • Religion: Not Available
  • Zodiac: Leo
  • Spouse/Wife: Cindy Daines
  • Children:  4
  • Net Worth: $14 million USD (approx)


  • Height: Not Available
  • Weight: Not Available
  • Feet Size: Not Available
  • Dress Size: Not Available
  • Shoe Size: Not Available

Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know

  • He is current junior United States Senator from Montana.
  • Born in California, he moved to Montana in 1964.
  • He can trace lineal descent to Montana through his great-great-grandmother Karine Dyrud, who immigrated from Norway to Minnesota in 1869, and later moved to Montana.
  • He earned a bachelor of science degree in Chemical Engineering from Montana State University.
  • He spent 13 years with Procter & Gamble.
  • He enjoys mountain climbing.

Memorable Quotes:

Twenty-eight years in business and you understand the importance of problem solving and the importance of efficiency, because if you don’t become efficient, you don’t run a business well, and you are out of business. And I think some of those principles could be applied to leadership in Washington.