Gov. Steve Bullock of Montana, and Sen. Lou D'Allesandro, (D-Manchester) visited with patrons at several diners throughout Manchester, New Hampshire on Saturday, June 22, 2019. The stop was one of several over two days during Bullock’s first visit to the state as a presidential candidate. 
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Gov. Steve Bullock of Montana

Gov. Steve Bullock of Montana campaigned throughout central New Hampshire meeting with potential voters and politicians on his first visit to the state as a presidential candidate.

Gov. Steve Bullock of Montana campaigned throughout central New Hampshire meeting with potential voters and politicians on his first visit to the state as a presidential candidate. Bullock spent the weekend apart from the rest of the Democratic presidential contenders, who gathered in South Carolina. While the top 20 candidates are in Miami for the first primary debates, which “by virtue of using small-dollar donors and early-state polling as criteria for qualification, excluded the two-term, red-state governor in favor of a self-help author, three backbench House members and a businessman who wears hats that say “MATH.”

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