DES MOINES, IA – Gov. Steve Bullock became the 22nd Democrat to declare as a 2020 presidential candidate earlier this week.
Bullock will spend the rest of the week campaigning in Iowa, the site of the first presidential nominating caucus in the country – which takes place next February.
MTN News Chief Political Reporter Mike Dennison will be there as well.
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The Democrat will be at a brewery in Des Moines on Thursday evening for his first stop in his first campaign trip for the presidency.
Bullock will then spend two days going to seven smaller cities and towns in eastern Iowa meeting with voters in all of the towns.
These are the voters who are going to decide the first presidential caucus in the country, next February.
MTN News will be covering some of those events, we’ll be talking to some of the voters and we’ll also see the kind of impression the governor is making on Iowa voters.
We’ll also be reporting on some of the political landscape here in Iowa that all presidential candidates must navigate, if they hope to be successful.
MTN News will have full coverage of on Gov. Bullock’s first foray into Iowa as a presidential candidate during the 5:30 and 10:00 News.