Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is in the first-primary state of New Hampshire this weekend as he continues to test the waters of a presidential run in 2020.
Bullock was scheduled to be a featured guest speaker at a reception for New Hampshire Democrats tonight, according to WMUR-TV in Manchester, N.H.
WMUR-TV is also reporting Bullock will head to Portsmouth to have a private dinner with about a dozen influential New Hampshire Democrats.
The New Hampshire primary is the first nationwide party primary election held in the United States as part of the process of choosing the delegates to party conventions to select a nominee for president.
Bullock was one of several Democrats from across the country to stump at the Iowa State Fair last week.
Bullock’s term in Montana ends in 2020, and his name has been floated as a possible candidate for the 2020 Democratic nomination to challenge President Trump.
Bullock has not said whether he’s running, but he has made multiple trips to Iowa this year.