Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisElection Countdown: Minnesota Dems worry Ellison allegations could cost them key race | Dems struggle to mobilize Latino voters | Takeaways from Tennessee Senate debate | Poll puts Cruz up 9 in Texas Trump on Holder ‘kick them’ comments: ‘He better be careful what he’s wishing for’ Election Countdown: Florida candidates face new test from hurricane | GOP optimistic about expanding Senate majority | Top-tier Dems start heading to Iowa | Bloomberg rejoins Dems | Trump heads to Pennsylvania rally MORE (D-Calif.) will marketing campaign in Iowa for the primary time later this month, growing hypothesis that she may very well be getting ready for a attainable 2020 presidential run, in keeping with a number of reviews.
The Democrat is anticipated to marketing campaign on Oct. 22-23 in Des Moines and Cedar Rapids within the first-in-the-nation caucus state, with different occasions prone to be added, Politico reported.
Harris’s journey will come after her visit to South Carolina, an early-voting state and the primary Southern state to carry a main throughout the main season.
Harris has raised more than $5 million this yr for social gathering candidates and stated not too long ago that she would “have a look” at a attainable 2020 presidential run following November’s midterm elections.
Harris’s workplace didn’t instantly reply to The Hill’s request for affirmation of the marketing campaign cease.
Different attainable 2020 contenders are already making their way to the Hawkeye State.
Sen. Cory BookerCory Anthony BookerDemocrats will never win if they condone all this raging hostility The Hill’s Morning Report — Presented by PhRMA — Dem path to a Senate majority narrows Trump rails against Dems at Pennsylvania rally as Hurricane Michael batters Florida MORE (D-N.J.) visited Iowa final week, showing at a quantity of occasions to marketing campaign for 2018 midterm candidates. Sen. Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersSanders blasts Georgia over voter registrations: ‘Cowardly Republicans’ are ‘blatantly suppressing the vote’ Democrats must end mob rule The Hill’s Morning Report — Presented by PhRMA — Dem victories in `18 will not calm party turbulence MORE (I-Vt.) can also be set to go to Iowa later this month as he campaigns for Democratic candidates within the midterms.