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MANCHESTER, N. H. – Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris has dramatically cut their staff in New Hampshire is the state that holds the first primary in the race for the White house.
Harris campaign officials confirmed to Fox News on Friday that all of the field have leave to employees in the state, the campaign, and that only a “hand full” of employees. The source added that the three offices in Keene, Nashua and Portsmouth — switching have been. They said that the state headquarters in Manchester – remains open, with a small staff.
HARRIS, ANNOUNCES RESTRUCTURING, BUT SAYS SHE IS “ALL IN” ON IOWA
The move comes two days after national’s top officials for the senator from California announces that the restructuring and the redeployment of employees from its headquarters in Baltimore and some of the early voting States of Iowa, which kicks off the primary and caucus presidential nomination calendar. The campaign is bleeding money, to spend more than what was coming.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris of California, in the New Hampshire Democratic party convention in Manchester, N. H., Sept. 7
The Harris campaign also confirmed to Fox News that the candidate is cancelled next week for the two-day swing through New Hampshire, when Harris was scheduled to head to the State House in Concord, and the file, in person, her name on the primary ballot. The campaign said Harris, the file is now in order for your name on the ballot by E-mail. White House-show contenders almost always up in person to file.
In a statement, pointed out campaign to win, “Senator Harris, and this team with only one objective, the nomination and the defeat Donald Trump in the year 2020. To do this, the campaign has made a strategic decision to realign resources to go all-in in Iowa, what is in office closures and staff changes and cuts in New Hampshire.”
Harris told Fox News in February, on her first visit to the state since the Start of their campaign a month earlier, the “I intend to spend a lot of time here, and I want to here in a competition for votes.”
While Harris large numbers of people moved during their travel to the state and assembled a talented and excellent staff on the floor, she visited New Hampshire less often than many of your top competitors. It was noted by experts and the media.
In their last trip to the beginning of September the Democratic party annual convention-Harris, speaking in New Hampshire-once again, swore, promised that the Granite State “is a top-priority goes to the front…It is a very important state.”
Harris was only 3 percent in the most recent survey in the state University of New Hampshire survey for CNN, was released earlier this week. The California Democrat was far behind the top-tier contenders.