In Defying the Odds, we discuss the early stages of the 2016 campaign, when many candidates were unknowns. The update -- just published --includes a chapter on the 2018 midterms. We are now in the early stages of the 2020 race.
That’s Steve Bullock, the Democratic governor of Montana, who was elected to his second term in 2016 by four points on the same day Donald Trump won the state by 21 points. Bullock is not so subtly inching toward a presidential announcement expected for this week. On Friday afternoon, a Bullock aide and I rode in a slow-moving car while the likely 2020 candidate was literally running down the side of the highway as part of a charity race, a clip of which was then tweeted from his account with the caption “Feels like a good season to run.”
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