Elizabeth Warren in Iowa: 'I am not a person of color'

A competitive primary won't hurt Democrats' chances to defeat Trump in 2020

Sen. Elizabeth Warren D-Mass. speaks to reporters at the Massachusetts Statehouse on Jan. 2

After she goes to Council Bluffs on Friday, she will appear in a grand theater in Sioux City on Saturday before heading to a roundtable in Storm Lake and another event in Des Moines.

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In fact, when Warren announced that she had formed an "exploratory committee" to consider a run for president, Twitter reacted with Pocahontas taunts and skepticism. Kamala Harris and Cory Booker held fundraising events in competitive races.

Former U.S. Representative and businessman John Delaney announced in mid-2017 and has been actively working to raise his name recognition in the state. Billionaires including environmentalist Tom Steyer and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg are considering runs, and Steyer plans to visit Iowa on Wednesday. Outgoing Maryland Rep. John Delaney is the only Democrat so far to have formally announced a presidential campaign. "Our moment to dream big, to fight hard and to take back this country".

While Iowa is expected to soon be overrun with Warren's would-be competitors, this weekend she had the place to herself. Bernie Sanders' Iowa caucus director in 2016. Took a while, but I am just going to put it all out there. He'll be attending rallies like this one in order to catch the "nuance" between the two candidates.

The issue was indeed a victor for Democrats running during the 2018 midterm elections. "The people of Iowa want to talk to these candidates", Barcus said. Obama's Iowa political director for the 2008 caucus and a senior adviser to Clinton in the state eight years later; Janice Rottenberg, an OH organizer for Clinton in 2016; and Brendan Summers, Vermont Sen. They discussed immigration and mental health issues.

In the 2020 caucuses, due to pressure from national party leaders, voters should also have the option to submit an absentee vote. "Get out there, trust your message".

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While Iowa is often criticized for being a poor representation of the entire USA, and for receiving outsized attention as just one in dozens of contests across the country, Price disagreed. "Get in now, start to build your network in Iowa".

In her Iowa swing, the MA senator made a rare move in kicking off the Iowa campaign in the western, rural part of the state - Council Bluffs - deep Republican territory and the congressional district of conservative firebrand Rep. Steve King.

"I can't stop Donald Trump from what he's going to do". Warren said last week that Democrats running for president should say "no to the billionaires" when it came to funding their campaigns.

While some already backed Warren, many who showed up at the senator's organizing stops were just starting their examination of what's to be an extensive Democratic roster. But she says she put this all out there because it's a line of attack Republicans have been using, and she feels like she just needed to address this.

But it's clear that since neither of those strategies works, she's going to suggest criticism of her (literal drop) of Native American blood is racist.

Warren said that she initially claimed Native American ancestry because she grew up in Oklahoma, where many people trace their roots to indigenous cultures.

Smith, a financial data analyst who says she sees herself in Warren's "nerdy" personality, wondered why the MA senator made a decision to announce her exploratory committee ahead of other candidates, a move she predicted would be more necessary for people with less name recognition.

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