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Presidential candidate sen. Cory Booker to home, heading to kickoff, what is he a “Justice for All Tour gets.”
The Democrat from New Jersey on Friday announced that he considers it a hometown kick-off in downtown Newark on Saturday, April 13. Booker served as mayor of the garden state’s largest city for two terms, before he got his Senate seat in 2013.
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Booker declared his candidacy for the White house in February, but as is so often the practice, an official presidential campaign announcement follows by a formal kickoff event to a later date. The practice allows it to pack a candidate, additional media attention and, hopefully, build more excitement among the Fans.
The event in Newark is the first in a two-week cross-country tour, Booker said his campaign “will be used to highlight, to build his message of reigniting our sense of common purpose, more just country, for the American people.”
The sermon on the politics of love is a key issue for Bucher in the election campaign, as he bids for the democratic nomination.
To beat “the only way you hate not more hate. It is solved by the merge of love and hope, and Union of the people, the continuing injustice in our country,” Booker explained to a town hall this week in South Carolina, the state that holds the first southern primary in the race for the White house.
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The hometown kickoff, and the resulting national tour can help, Booker trying to stand out in a crowded field of 2020 Democrats.
He surveyed the race in the low single-digit range in the most recent national public opinion polls in the democratic nomination. Booker registered at 2 percent in a Quinnipiac poll released Thursday, and at 4 percent in a Fox News poll released this weekend