Governor Steve Bullock will once again be left out of the next Democratic presidential debate.
The news comes after he failed to meet the required polling and fundraising criteria set by the Democratic National Committee, as party officials work to winnow down a large field of candidates.
So far, Bullock has missed all but one round of debates.
He has given no indication that he plans to drop out of the race. He’s been visiting Iowa frequently, and recently also spent time touring the newsroom of Indian Country Today in Phoenix, Arizona, and stood alongside United Auto Workers Union members striking in Dallas.
That boots-on-the-ground campaign will, it sounds like, continue.
The 12 candidates who did qualify will face off October 15th in Ohio.