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Democratic presidential hopefuls plan 92 events in Iowa in January, report says

Democratic presidential hopefuls plan 92 events in Iowa in January, report says

by Shant Shahrigian New York Daily News (TNS  |  Published on January 2, 2020

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Brace yourselves, Iowans.

The 15 remaining Democratic presidential wannabees have reportedly scheduled 92 events this month in the Midwestern state, which hosts the first contest in the race Feb. 3.

Former vice president Joe Biden is scheduled to speak at the National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa and then at the Delaware County Fairgrounds in Manchester on Thursday, The Hill reported.

New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker is holding three meet-and-greets Wednesday. He polled at just 3% in the state in a recent Iowa State University Poll.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is scheduled to hold two town hall events and a private lunch on Thursday.

Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar will hold events including a town hall in Sioux City.

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