nearvideo democracy 2020: Iowa senator-next-door steps up to the ground game
It is a defining moment for Iowa senator is next door: democratic hopeful Amy Klobuchar, a survey behind the qualification for the next debate. Your campaign is attempted, a dynamic, the” All For America” bus tour, when she won a visit to counties Trump in 2016 and Obama won in 2012.
NEWTON, Iowa — As the Iowa native, the 18-year-old Kayla is no stranger to cooking in the the Hawkeye state has the primary role of the political role, which every four years as presidential candidates of their pitch to the voters.
But this year will be different for you — and not just because you will be able to officially caucus for the first time. Cook, used to meet after their parents-and-GREET, supported the Republican party, is the exchange on the other side of this election cycle and is planning on voting for a Democrat.
“As a Republican, I look to see where our nation is now, and I see a lot of cleavage,” she said. “I just want to see to see the unity in our country, and I know that it can happen.”
Cooking is pinning its hopes on the senator from next-door Minnesota, Amy Klobuchar. That is why the 18-year-old stopped what she was doing, on a Sunday afternoon for a meet-and-greet with the senator in Newton, Iowa.
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It was a crowded room, with a couple of chairs and standing room only at the Lemon Tea Tree House and a Restaurant.
“I only know that it must be someone who is moderate, who takes care of both the Republicans and Democrats and I think she is someone who could do that,” said Cook.
While most of the Democratic presidential candidates, and their ground game in key early state of Iowa, Klobuchar is making a big push in the state, in the hope to continue to reach the people, such as cooking.
It is a crucial moment for your campaign, as you tried, a dynamic that begins in the first in the nation caucus state.
Klobuchar, only a couple of weeks time, to qualify for the next democratic debate in November. She needs a boost in the polls to achieve this goal, which is part of the reason why the introduction of a digital campaign to target the voters.
The senator also won counties, the President of Trump in 2016 and Ex-us President Barack Obama in 2012 a top priority during her “All For America Bus Tour.”
For three days straight, Klobuchar bright green bus traveled to Dubuque, Black Hawk, Gurthie, and Jasper Earl to listen to communities, to the concerns of the voters.
They spoke with veterans, restaurant owners and also companies such as W2 fuel, a biodiesel company, whose CEO, Roy power told the press that his biodiesel-to close the plant was forced by the resignation of the current administration, the oil refineries, the price hurts-value for biodiesel products.
“In the last debate, we have a lot of attention, both nationally and raised over a million dollars in small contributions in only 24 hours. We have done this by reaching the people,” said Klobuchar. “I don’t have the big state, and I don’t have the big-name-ID as some of the other people, so it takes a little more time.”
A recent poll by Suffolk University and USA Today, the senator counts as sixth in the Iowa caucus-goers, what with California Sen. Kamala Harris and Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard.
Political analysts say it is a do-or-die moment for the Klobuchar campaign
“There is still time for sen Klobuchar, but the problem is she’s had a kind of, is that it seeks to occupy the middle of the track, or a moderate Democrat, and Joe Biden was quite strong,” said Tim Hagle, a professor of politics at the University of Iowa. “But now, it seems, he is the somehow fade a little, and if, further, opens the alley.”
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To make matters worse, South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, the Hagle said Klobuchar a run for her money as the stand-out-Midwest candidate.
“With Klobuchar, at least, that’s what it is for you that you can say, ‘I have been able to experience in Congress, I know how to do things,” and they talk about all the things she’s done are now, so that in this respect she has an advantage,” Hagle said.