New York - Leading Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is visiting several cities in the state of Iowa, where the first caucus of the 2016 presidential nomination will kick off.
New York – Leading Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is visiting several cities in the state of Iowa, where the first caucus of the 2016 presidential nomination will kick off.
Labor, Planned Parenthood, Human Rights Campaign, and Iowa Senator Cory Booker will all join the former Secretary of State in Iowa this weekend, according to a Hillary for America press release sent to Morocco World News on Friday.
The Iowa Caucus is just 10 days away on February 1. Hillary Clinton is spending this weekend campaigning with organizations and individuals who represent the people who she will fight for as President, the same source noted.
Clinton will be reportedly joined by Labor officials and union leaders, Planned Parenthood Action Fund President Cecile Richards, Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin, and Senator Cory Booker at “Get Out the Caucus” events.
The Hillary Clinton campaign and community leaders in attendance will have the opportunity to discuss what is at stake in this election for Iowans and the communities they represent.
The Democratic leader is committed to continue the work made during President Obama’s administration and fights for children and families as she has done in her political career, the same source stressed.
Washington D.C. Lawyer and Advisor to the Hillary Clinton 2008 campaign commented on the important role exercised by key community leaders across America who voice are voicing their views and support for Clinton.
“Leaders from across the spectrum – activists who are pro-choice, who protect LGBT and union rights, key African-Americans – are standing up for Hillary at exactly the right time, as voters in Iowa are deciding who they want as the nation’s next president,” Goodstein told Morocco World News.
He went on to add that Democratic leaders around the U.S. and politicians in Vermont are joining Hillary in Iowa.
“At a time when the top political leaders in Vermont are all turning their back on Bernie Sanders and are instead supporting Hillary for president, leading Democrats from across the country are flocking to Iowa to tell Iowans why it is vital to caucus for Hillary,” he concluded.