in the vicinityVideoTom Steyer to the questions
The billionaire Tom Steyer failed to generate a lot of momentum after the Democrats’ early contests in Iowa and New Hampshire, but he is ready for better results in Nevada and South Carolina, and he writes that more than just money.
Steyer has pumped over $200 million in his campaign, but he was also on the ground in these States. According to a real clear politics average, Steyer polling fourth in Nevada and the third in South Carolina, both before the Iowa winner, former South Bend has been, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg. Steyer said he wanted to finish in at least second place in these States.
“I have more time in Nevada than any other candidate, and I have more time in South Carolina, than all the other candidates,” Steyer ABC News “This Week” said on Sunday.
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“I’ve actually been spending the time, and we have to organize people on the ground in both States, from the States, go out, talk to people, listen, and come up with a message that matters,” he said. “This is really why I am in Nevada and South Carolina, because I have listened to in the time, the people, and I will speak to your actual questions.”
Steyer noted that he was well among minority voters in these States, in particular African-American and Latino voters.
“I’m putting together the type of coalition, we have to beat in November 2020, Donald Trump,” he said. Steyer also noted that Nevada and South Carolina, were more diverse than Iowa and New Hampshire.
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This diversity is what makes the States so important, Steyer, said in a separate interview with CBS News’ “Face the Nation”.
“These two States reflect the kind of diversity that is America, and that is the “democratic party,” he said. “And I think that whoever is the candidate must be able to show that he or she will pull together a number of the big tent of the democratic party.”