Stepping up her journey to the 4 states that kick off the presidential main and caucus calendar, presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris on Tuesday introduced she’ll go to Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina later this month.
The Democrat from California and former state lawyer common will marketing campaign in South Carolina – the state that holds the primary southern main – on Feb. 15-16. That shall be adopted by a Feb. 18-19 journey to New Hampshire, the state that holds the primary main within the race for the White Home.
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Harris will marketing campaign in Iowa – which votes first within the nominating calendar – on Feb. 23-24. And he or she’ll cease in Nevada – which holds the primary western contest – Feb. 28-March 1.
Harris traveled to South Carolina final month, two days earlier than formally kicking off her presidential marketing campaign in entrance of 20,000 folks at a rally in Oakland, California, the place she was born and grew up. She stopped in Iowa the day after her official announcement.
However the journeys to New Hampshire and Nevada are her first this cycle.
There have been questions and issues after Harris declared her candidacy final month whether or not she would emphasize different early voting states on the expense of New Hampshire.
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Harris is a daughter of oldsters from Jamaica and India – and could be the primary girl to win the presidency and second African-American if she makes it to the White Home.
South Carolina, the place black voters make up a majority of the Democratic main citizens, is more likely to determine closely into Harris’s prospects. Harris campaigned in assist of fellow Democrats in South Carolina in final yr’s midterm elections. She additionally made stops in Iowa and Nevada however not New Hampshire.