Gov. Steve Bullock has formed a political action committee, possibly for future campaign, without divulging which office he may pursue.  Montana’s Democratic Governor has gained national attention after President Donald Trump’s big victory in Big Sky Country, and the GOP’s near-clean sweep of statewide races in 2016.  Term limits prevent Bullock from seeking a third term as governor, and the New York Times on Monday confirmed the federal PAC, Big Sky Values, saying Bullock is considering a run for president.

KTVQ.com reported Tuesday that Bullock is more likely to run against Sen. Steve Daines in 2020.  He would not confirm or deny whether he might run for either office Tuesday.  But explained how the Big Sky Values PAC would be used to finance travel for out-of-state events, while touting his successes in Montana, like Medicaid expansion and campaign-finance reform.