More money in your own control

More money in your own control.

Money earned by daily toil is put to best use by those who earned it. The economy grows when earners have more to save, invest and spend. All these are impacted by confiscatory tax burdens. Neal has started, built, invested in, advised on, run, and sold several successful businesses including Ganser Properties (Bozeman's first small business 'incubator' complex in 1980), Wildrye Distillery, Montana Urethane Supply and CORBOND Corporation. For decades, Ganser’s companies and mentorship have put money into small and medium businesses and provided jobs in the valley. He once hired a young man hitch-hiking West on I-90, gave him the job of sweeping his factory, and then provided training for increased opportunity. That man stayed and worked for his company for six years. Ganser fully agrees with Goodwill's mission, "jobs change lives."

More decisions up to you.

Ganser is an advocate for individual liberty, self-governance and rights of property. He believes real economic and job growth requires vibrant private sector businesses and choice in education. As a parent, he and his wife of 52 years, Jean, supported their children in vastly different interests from pilot training to wooden-boat building, engineering and plumbing to business school, journalism to real estate. He believes that decisions should reside as close as possible to the individual.

More decisions up to you.
More money in your own control

Reversing broken policies.

Ganser first followed his life-long interest in the civil arena by running for a MT House seat in 2016. But he is no stranger to public service. He served in the MT National Guard in medical. As chairman of the National Building Envelope Technical Committee for nearly six years, Ganser took on the entrenched but obsolete fiberglass industry and pushed allies and competitors to new levels of understanding in the building sciences. Lecturing across the U.S. and Canada, he was extremely effective in getting the Building Industry to understand the principals of effective Climate Isolation and improve codes and regulations accordingly. He wants to apply these skills to healthcare, immigration, and affordable housing.

Building a future for Montanans

In 1974, Ganser came to MSU School of Architecture with his wife Jean and their six-week-old son, and was captivated by the mountains, lakes, sky and open space. As a Montana outdoor enthusiast, father to 5, and grandfather to 8, he is committed to protecting the beauty of home and access to it’s public lands. He supports this next generation by his work in conservation. As CEO of CORBOND Corporation, he was instrumental in changing the way modern homes are insulated for energy efficiency and sustainability. The cleanest energy is the energy you don’t use because you don’t need to, and no one in America has done more to reduce energy use in buildings.

More decisions up to you.
More money in your own control

Making informed decisions.

Legislative decisions require know-how, experience, and working together. In running successful businesses Ganser routinely demonstrated the requirement of fiscal and administrative responsibility. He’s also made decades of fruitful decisions on the prioritization of investment in time and resources. When it comes to working with others, he's known for practicing principled negotiations. At a spray-foam educational forum, one attendee said, "Ganser, you'll never make it in this industry…you’re too nice." He did make it in the industry with a strong legacy of competence, quality, service and impact—all qualities he’ll put to use on your behalf.