nearvideo Iowa always ground zero in 2020 to fight as the democratic presidential contenders, their attention on the Hawkeye State
DES MOINES, Iowa – advertising breaks during this weekend’s NFL playoff broadcasts on Iowa featured ads for beer, pizza, and the impeachment of President Trump.
“The question is not whether he should be charged more, he is the most corrupt President in American history, and we all know it,” blared an ad sponsored by possible Democratic presidential candidates and California billionaire Tom Steyer. “The question now is: how quickly can we past move of this President, so we can build a more equitable and prosperous future?”
While these ads airing in the first in the nation primary state, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., was on the floor under a completely different approach – not to mention hardly ever, the President of name.
“I think that 2020 is the question of how we talk, what we stand for, our affirmative vision of how we build a state that reflects our best values,” said Warren FOX News. “That’s it, to talk about what I try, every chance I get.”
Warren outlines her biography and a platform, which relies heavily on the regulation of the large corporations in a series of nationwide events, which is already more than a thousand people.
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“I’m here to run in Iowa, a grass-roots campaign,” Warren said in Sioux City.
A growing list of potential 2020 presidential candidate testing the waters in Iowa. You can visit the state, airing ads, and the visit of the political opinion leaders in the hope of your support. The field of presidential candidates is expected to grow more crowded in the coming weeks – and Iowa is getting more and more attention.
Another candidate, the Democrats will get the attention is Texas Rep. Beto O’rourke.
Twenty activists are now on a “draft Beto,” movement, including a sought-after strategist in South Carolina.
Joe Biden, apparently, is not impressed with O’rourke or Warren or someone else in the field, so now he’s weighing a campaign of his own.
“If you convince me that it is told someone is better, who can win, I’m glad to do it, but I don’t see any candidate that can make it clear what needs to be done to win,” Biden is quoted by the “New York Times,” a democratic official.
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If Biden can’t run, Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, could appeal to communities to the working-class, the favor of the former Vice-President now.
And he thinks about a presidential campaign.
“I think we will know within the next two months, I mean, we have to,” Brown’s wife, Connie Schultz, said on CNN.
Even if a possible presidential candidate waits a while, his or her spirit – you are likely to find a receptive audience through some of the likely caucus-goers in Iowa.
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“I would like to hear a few more people, definitely,” Molly Wood said in a Warren event in Des Moines. “I liked you for a long time, but I would definitely listen to how some other people see what you have.”
But caucus-goers as Tom Whitehead, one of the candidates you might want to hurry up and decide.
“There are so many,” Whitehead says he loves Warren said. “I’m not waiting very long to decide. As soon as I seen I’ve seen a few of them and more reporting in the news, and I follow the news, I’m going to make a decision.”