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Bernie Sanders’ Iowa political Director, has left the campaign, reports say

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Only a few days after a shakeup in the New Hampshire leadership of sen. Bernie Sanders’ 2020 presidential campaign, word comes that the candidates in Iowa’s political Director on the way as well.

According to reports, a Sanders aide confirmed on Wednesday that Jess Mazour, the name was Sanders’ Iowa Director in March, we go from the campaign in the last few weeks.

The aide confirmed the departure, under the condition of anonymity because the aide was not authorized to discuss personnel matters, The Associated Press reported.

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Democratic presidential candidate sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., speaks at George Washington University in Washington, July 17, 2019. (Associated Press)

Prior to joining the sanders campaign, Mazour, an organizer for the progressive group Iowa citizens for community development. The Washington Post was the first to report that she had to leave the campaign.

On Sunday, the Sanders campaign announced changes to his New Hampshire leadership to supporters of the campaign, the concern expressed that the independent U.S. senator from neighboring Vermont could lose the first-in-the-nation New Hampshire primary early next year.

The campaign announced that Shannon Jackson, of the supply Sanders’ Senate re-election campaign in Vermont in the year 2018, the claim would, on New Hampshire leadersip duties of Joe Caiazzo, the transfer was on Sanders’ operation in Massachusetts, according to the Washington Times.

The Caiazzo-Jackson-the switch came a day after the Sanders campaign parted ways with senior New Hampshire adviser Kurt Ehrenberg.

The changes to the Sanders campaign, which coincided with the loss of a key confirmation for Sanders to rival 2020 progressive candidate, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., who, this week, the support of the working families party, moved a group that had supported Sanders in 2016.

“That the campaign not be able to outshine Warren with WFP progressives, myself WFP process,” says Rafael Shimunov, a 2016 Sanders volunteers and national past creative director for WFP, Politico said. “It has me questioning, where the Bernie campaign could have better done, because I want to ensure that the strongest candidate debunks Biden, and unseats the trump card.”

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A Fox News survey published on Wednesday that Warren has drawn, so even with Sanders in second place behind the former Vice-President Joe Biden, with Sanders the support of 48 percent of the respondents, Warren draws 46 percent, and Biden leads with 52 percent.

Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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