REPORT: Dem vowing to reconnect the party with rural voters preps for 2020 run
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Montana Gov. Steve Bullock (D) is hiring senior staffers in advance of an almost certain presidential campaign to be launched in the coming days.
While many of his Democratic rivals have touted their progressive bona fides, Bullock will kick off his campaign with a direct appeal to voters who are less concerned about ideological purity and are keen to beatPresident Trump in 2020.
The article goes on to state the following:
Bullock would be the only Democratic candidate in the race to have won a reliably Republican state — twice.
He will cast himself as the Democrat who can reconnect the party with rural voters who have fled to the Republican Party in recent years.
My kids are three of my biggest supporters, and there’s no one whose judgement I trust more. pic.twitter.com/W9YyKYfqLH
— Steve Bullock (@GovernorBullock) May 12, 2019
Went to Montana over the weekend and saw this bear – but also talked with Steve Bullock about why he thinks it’s not too late to get into the 2020 race, including how he plans to counterprogram a debate stage he’s unlikely to qualify for https://t.co/XOZ9ICdkWX pic.twitter.com/HtHoLA31TN
— Edward-Isaac Dovere (@IsaacDovere) May 13, 2019
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