Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, still in the Democratic presidential race despite low polling numbers, officially filed Tuesday to appear on the ballot in New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary next February.
Bullock paid the $1,000 filing fee in Concord, New Hampshire, to appear on the state’s Feb. 11 primary ballot.
Bullock, who continues to poll in the low single digits among the remaining Democratic presidential hopefuls, also has campaign meetings in Georgia and Florida this week and travels to Iowa for a campaign event this weekend.
Iowa holds the nation’s first presidential nominating caucuses on Feb. 3.