SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – With less than eight months until the Iowa Caucuses, nearly two dozen Democratic candidates are crisscrossing the state stumping for support.
Among them… Montana Governor Steve Bullock.
Our cameras caught up with Governor Bullock at an event in Sioux City, Monday. Bullock held a “meet and greet” with about 50 supporters at a local restaurant. He took the opportunity to ask the crowd about their concerns.
Topics included gun safety, global warming, and healthcare.
Governor Bullock says he’s concerned with the way society has begun to accept formerly unacceptable behavior in politics. He says we should set better examples, and strive for bipartisanship. “I’ve also actually been able to bridge some of the divides and bring Republicans and Democrats together to pass policy that actually matters to people and impacts their lives. I’ve also done more to kind of fight to make sure that elections are about people. Not about who has the biggest paycheck or checkbook.” said Gov. Steve Bullock, (D) Presidential Candidate
We’ll also talk, one-on-one, with Governor Bullock. That interview that will air Tuesday on “News 4”.