REPORT: Biden to blitz Iowa back roads by bus in 800-mile hunt for support
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(Reuters) – Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden will crisscross Iowa by bus for eight days starting on Saturday, the longest trek of his campaign, to make a personal appeal for support in a critical state where he has lost ground in polls.
Biden, who served as vice president to Democratic former President Barack Obama, is seeking the party’s nomination to face Republican President Donald Trump in the November 2020 election but is battling a historically large field of rivals, many with better-financed operations.
The article goes on to state the following:
Iowa, the state that hosts the first nominating contest on Feb. 3, will be a key test. Tom Vilsack, the former Iowa governor and U.S. agriculture secretary, said many of the state’s Democrats are still weighing their options.
— Reuters (@Reuters) November 30, 2019
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