REPORT: 2020 candidate only draws 15-person crowd in Iowa [Pictures]
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Presidential hopeful Bill de Blasio had a meager turnout for his first event of the day in Iowa on Sunday, drawing in around 15 people.
The New York Post reports there was plenty of empty space by the time the New York City mayor began his pitch to voters at Parlor City Pub in Cedar Rapids. The count does not include members of the press, campaign staff, and the event organizer, Iowa state Sen. Rob Hogg.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Everything should be about our families, our lives, what everyday people are going through, what working people are going through,” de Blasio said.
De Blasio’s campaign has a lot of ground to make up in his long-shot bid for the presidency. At the Iowa State Fair, he got 0% in the fair’s unscientific “Cast Your Kernel” poll. According to RealClearPolitics, de Blasio’s polling average is 0.3%.
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