Tulsi is speaking at the New Hampshire Democratic Party Convention in Manchester, NH.
(24. Oktober 2016)
Hillary Clinton is praising Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, saying she gets under Donald Trump’s „thin skin like nobody else.“
Clinton was joining the liberal favorite at a rally Monday at St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, with two weeks to go before Election Day.
Elizabeth Warren Speech At New Hampshire Democratic Party Convention
Out-of-state supporters for candidates including Mr. Biden and Senator Kamala Harris also attended the event, according to interviews and social media posts. Campaigns often bus in some supporters and allies for major events. It was not clear on Saturday night to what extent the different campaigns coordinated the importing of supporters. A Warren spokeswoman declined to comment.
Nearly all of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates are trying to rally support in New Hampshire this weekend. It’s an especially crucial state for Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, two progressives from neighboring states.
Rallying McDonald’s workers in the same way he worked alongside Disney and Amazon employees in their fight for fair wages and union representation, Sen. Bernie Sanders marched alongside workers at a rally Sunday in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Iowa voters won’t caucus until February, but the gathering at the Cedar Rapids convention center took place during a critical period of the primary. It’s the first major cattle call in Iowa, and the party’s first debates and a key fundraising deadline are weeks away.
Each candidate was given just minutes to speak, making it difficult to differentiate themselves.
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Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden is missing a crucial campaign event in Iowa, as a new poll shows his lead slipping after a bad week for the former vice president.
As almost all of the 20 or so Democratic 2020 candidates prepared to speak at the Iowa Democratic Party’s annual summer fundraiser, the 76-year-old said he was unable to attend because of family reasons, but will visit the state later in the week.
Twenty-four percent of Iowa’s likely Democratic caucusgoers say former vice president Biden is their first choice for president. Sanders, a Vermont senator, is the first choice for 16% of poll respondents, while Warren, a Massachusetts senator, and Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend, Indiana, are at 15% and 14% respectively.
And if the tone of last weekend’s party convention in California is any indication, the speakers can also be expected to use their time to swipe at the frontrunners — either hitting Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders from the right, or jabbing former Vice President Joe Biden from the left. The shindig will also present yet another opportunity for Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the rising progressive from Massachusetts, to highlight her message — which went over so well out west — and entrench herself among the top tier of contestants.
Tulsi is in San Francisco, California speaking at the Democratic Party Convention.