Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is apparently testing the presidential waters in New Hampshire, the state that holds the first primary in the race for the White House.
Bullock, a popular two-term Democratic governor, is headlining fundraisers for state legislative candidates and helping the New Hampshire Democratic party kick off canvassing this weekend. But he's also meeting with a number of influential Democrats in multiple stops across the state.
Bullock tells the AP that when it comes to potential presidential aspirations, he's "listening quite a bit'' as he travels the country, adding "that, for now, is as far as it goes.''
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He adds that he hasn't "set any timetables to do anything else.'' He's helping New Hampshire Democrats running for the state legislature in 2018 during a two-day swing.