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Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard takes to the slopes at Cranmore Mountain in North Conway, New Hampshire.
NORTH CONWAY, N. H., she can be from Hawaii, but a democratic presidential candidate, Tulsi Gabbard, is more than comfortable on the slopes.
The four-term Congressman and Iraq war veteran, strapped on your snowboard and crushed it with the Fans on Tuesday at Cranmore Mountain Resort in New Hampshire’s White Mountains.
Gabbard took to the slopes to go with only two weeks until New Hampshire, the country keeps racing to be the first primary in the White house. The long-shot for the democratic presidential nomination-who spends the vast majority of their time campaigning in New Hampshire — was accompanied by a few dozen Fans who entered a contest to ski or snowboard-hope, next to the White house.
“I wanted to go snowboarding in the winter and try to find the time to do it-we already have campaigns every day and we have only Brainstorming with the team and said, why don’t we go snowboarding,” she told resort to Fox News in an interview on the ski.
Gabbard took the opportunity to chat with some of the undecided voters, to be the happens to you, you can spend the day skiing and snowboarding in Cranmore.
“We have just heard from people that said this is a much better way, that you appreciate it, to be able to meet a presidential candidate and have some fun and go where people hang out, rather than just the usual persecuted for political reasons,” she said. “I am grateful. I had some fun in the process.”
The candidate has a couple of warm-up, the campaign helper running, before he is a Supporter and a Reporter, who covered the campaign event. Gabbard told Fox News, it was her first time snowboarding in two years.
“I’m glad I was able to find, my here. It’s been a few years since I went snowboarding,” she told Fox News’ Rob Dirienzo.
Gabbard will be the first presidential candidate to appear again on the slopes, as former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson skis in front of dangers, a couple of parliamentary terms.
Your afternoon snowboarding came four weeks after the Hawaii legislature to surf in the icy Atlantic went on New Year’s Day at the Hampton Beach along New Hampshire’s coast.
Buttigieg comments on the campaign of diversity, according to “microaggressions” report
Former South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg says his presidential campaign is to empower the work “to employees on all levels will be able to speak, to remember their experiences.”
The Democratic presidential candidate’s comments on Tuesday came hours after a New York Times report that the Buttigieg campaign sent a questionnaire to the staff of the color, the earlier this month the questions microaggressions in the workplace.
The first question on the survey, which was sent on 1 Jan. through the campaign, the national engagement coordinator, asked whether they had experienced each of the six microaggressions listed, including the interruption of, or be mistaken for another employee of color, according to the report.
Journalists in Ottumwa, Iowa, Buttigieg told reporters, including Fox News’ Andres del Aguila said, to have work that “we, much harder to do a better job.
And the campaign posted a Medium article highlighted that it is committed to building a diverse workforce.
Buttigieg’s fought to overcome what critics say is a lack of diversity in his campaign. And to build his inability, so far, the support of black voters has been well documented in the media. The candidate is also working to control with his handling, as mayor of the deadly police shooting in the last year of a black man.
Murder from Klobuchar, the state’s attorney days, comes under the magnifying glass
It is the largest county was one of the biggest events of the democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s tenure as top Prosecutor in the U.S. state of Minnesota.
And Klobuchar – in of your choice to the Senate and during her current White house bid – has often been told, the killing of stray bullet from a 11-year-old girl who does homework at the dining table. Klobuchar’s office to put Tyesha Edwards’ killer was a black teenager in prison for life.
But a new Associated Press investigation, the 17-year-olds, which was unveiled on Tuesday — revealed, new insights, and raises the question of whether the shooter, Myron Burrell, is innocent.
A Klobuchar campaign spokeswoman told the AP that Burrell was arraigned and convicted of Tyesha’s murder twice, and the second attempt not occurred, when Klobuchar was the Hennepin County Attorney. If it said new evidence, the speaker, it should immediately be checked by the court.
S Biden ‘ closing argument to voters in Iowa: ‘of all the progress we can make
The former Vice-President Joe Biden on Tuesday went with his last TV Spot in Iowa meetings before next Monday group, which kick off the presidential primary and caucus calendar.
The ad calls for voters to imagine what could be reached in a Biden administration, if President Trump will be defeated in the November General election.
“Imagine all the progress we can make in the next four years,” Biden says, as he tells the site, before you with the listing of affordable health care, combating climate change and a ban on assault weapons.
“What we are presenting today, you can make them a reality. But first, we beat, Donald Trump must be pronounced,” Biden.
The commercials will run in five TV markets in Iowa, as well as on Hulu, the next Monday group meetings.
Biden at National level, but Sanders beat the heels
Biden retains the edge in the last national poll in the battle for the democratic presidential nomination.
Biden stands at 26 percent approval in the case of Democratic voters and independent voters who lean democratic, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released on Tuesday.
Sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont grabs 21 percent support, with Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts at 15 percent, former New York city mayor Mike Bloomberg at 8 percent, Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota at 7 percent, former South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg at 6 percent, and tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang at 3 percent. No one tested otherwise, crowned by 2 percent.
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“After months of leading the national polls, Joe, the support keeps Biden stable, but he sits comfortably at the top of the Democratic presidential pack. Bernie Sanders’ support breaks down in the 20s for the first time,” Quinnipiac poll analyst Mary snow highlighted.
The survey shows that 55 percent of Democrats and independents who lean Democratic say they might change their minds about their vote, with 43 per cent saying their opinion is made.