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Former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said in Iowa on Tuesday he is not out of the question-2020-democratic campaign for the presidency, as he took his national campaign for the promotion of the Democratic candidate for Governor, to the early presidential testing ground.
And while he said a decision is months away, the former Democratic National Committee chairman announced that his term as Governor as a model for his party at the national level.
“We have a red state and made it a blue state,” McAuliffe said in an Associated Press interview during a day of meetings with Democratic party officials and activists in Des Moines.
McAuliffe was adamant that his chief purpose for the visit to Iowa, the promotion of the candidates in the November midterm elections, especially democratic candidate for Governor Fred Hubbell. The lieutenancy is around 10 in the States, now occupied by Republicans, McAuliffe said, are within the reach of Democrats. Democrats occupy only 16 General government.
Iowa is visited among the 19 States of McAuliffe, since he’s the office this year, although none come with the same potential impact as Iowa, host of the leadoff 2020 presidential-parliamentary parties.
McAuliffe is considered a moderate perspective in a developing area could include the progressive as Vermont sen. Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts sen. Elizabeth Warren.
During the Interviews, it promotes the civil rights policy, his executive order restoring a step back to around 173,000 — disproportionately African-Americans voting rights for felons — to the voters to the rolls in Virginia. Also, he cast himself as a fiscal steward took office with a budget deficit and left a surplus.
Although Democrat Barack Obama carried Virginia twice as a candidate for President, it was an emerging swing state in the last decade. Last year, Democrats sweeping gains in legislative elections, a spring for McAuliffe as he tests his profile on the national level.
“Clear, Terry is looking difficult,” said veteran democratic strategist Jim Margolis, a top adviser to Barack Obama’s 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns. “If he decided to, he could credibly make a run.”
McAuliffe also has influential friends in Iowa. He is in conjunction with the Des Moines lawyer Jerry Crawford, a veteran of the operating and past Chairman of the campaign for Hillary Clinton.
McAuliffe said he also plans to campaign for the Democrats this fall in New Hampshire, home of the first-in-the-nation presidential primary, and this month held a fundraiser in Washington for Rep. James Smith, the democratic candidate for South Carolina Governor. South Carolina hosts the first southern primary school in the year 2020.
“I don’t exclude anything,” McAuliffe said, although she insisted that his focus would be on 2018 until after the election. “Then you have to make some decisions by the end of the year and in the first quarter of next year.”