Democratic presidential candidate Steve Bullock pitches jobs plan in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY — Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, one of two dozen Democrats running for president, rolled out his plan to bring “Good Jobs to All Americans”Thursday at the National Governors Association’s summer meeting.

Some 25 governors from around the country are gathered at the Grand America Hotel for the three-day meeting set to end Friday with a version of Donny and Marie Osmond’s Las Vegas show.

Bullock, the outgoing chairman of the governors association, told the Deseret News that ensuring the country’s workers are prepared for emerging technology jobs is also an issue in the crowded Democratic presidential race.