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New York is gearing up for New Year’s Eve celebration; Laura Ingle reports.
PORTSMOUTH, N. H. – the democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang says that he is not to crazy on new year’s eve.
“Probably not. I’m campaigning tomorrow, so it would get inappropriate for the applicant to be swept or nothing on New Year’s Eve”, the tech entrepreneur, told Fox News on Tuesday afternoon, as he began the first of a half-dozen events to ring in the year 2020 in New Hampshire, the state is the first primary holds in the race for the White house.
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“I must have it again tomorrow. So you know, you have control of your abilities,” said Yang, who has been known to in the election campaign.
Yang-the unique-long-shot-turned-middle-tier democratic nomination contender — his day will culminate with a sold-out new year’s eve party in a brewery in the city of Nashua. Although he says that he is not crazy, he said: “I hope that the people around me, though, you feel to pamper yourself free to do what you want, because hey, it’s new year’s eve and it’s party time.”
And his message to his supporters is “don’t let me be a stick in the mud, because I’m in an excellent mood and we are ringing in the New year, and then we will contribute to the’ 20s, the decade that we are proud of the fact, to reverse, many of the things that gone on in this country in the last few years, unfortunately.”
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Yang is not the only democratic White house hopeful planning to ring in the new year with a trailer.
Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado, touting that he was going to the first house party of the year 2020 hold. The long shot contender for the nomination is the title of a campaign meeting in Manchester, N. H., which starts at one minute after midnight.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar is ringing in the year 2020, with her New Hampshire campaign staff and volunteers. The event includes a jam-packed three-day tour through the state of the Minnesota Democrat.
And Rep. Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii, who is the rent of a house in the state by the Feb. 11 primary-instead of a town hall in Portsmouth in the late afternoon.
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Three contenders spend new year’s eve in Iowa, the state that starts the presidential primary and caucus nomination calendar.
Sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont holds, for what are billed as his “Great new year’s eve Bash” at the downtown Marriott hotel in Des Moines. Sanders’ campaign illuminated, that the soiree would have what they billed as the “Prince’s long-standing backing band.”
Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey and billionaire environmental and progressive advocate Tom Steyer are also moved in Iowa as of the calendar from 2019 to 2020.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is in South Carolina, which holds the first southern primary. On new year’s day that he was planning to attend services at the mother Emanuel in Charleston, where nine African-American churchgoers were shot in the 2015 massacre.
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, marking a year since a presidential exploratory committee set up as the first official step towards running for the White house-gave a new year’s speech in Boston.
In her address, Warren, aim took on the Congress-Republicans for the unconditional support of President Trump during the impeachment process.