Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer gave a shout-out to Iowa and New Hampshire in response to a question about 2016 Sunday.
"I have a warm regard for the people of Iowa and New Hampshire," Schweitzer said on CNN's "State of the Union."
"It's way to early to talk about 2016," he said. "I'm governor of Montana until January. At that point, I'll no longer have a governor's mansion, I won't have a driver, I won't have security. So I'll have a little time on my hands. I think I did mention that I have a warm regard for the people of Iowa and New Hampshire."
Host Candy Crowley responded by saying, "which we would all like to say is not a 'no.'"