How the Democrats lobbied for voters at Iowa



The Democrat, former secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s Twitter feed was making a hashtag push Monday: “It’s #IAcaucus day! If you’re standing with Hillary, let her know why by tweeting with #ImWithHer.” She and her daughter, Chelsea, dropped by her campaign’s South Des Moines office with iced donuts and coffee for volunteers.

“I had to stop by and tell you how much I appreciate your hard work” Clinton told them. “I thought I’d bring you some unhealthy snacks!”

Clinton embraces the social media

Clinton stated that volunteers knocked on 186,000 doors in the last three days. Clinton who spent about 10 minutes at the office meeting with about 60 volunteers who were moving to “get out the caucus” in the area.

Clinton took many selfies, signed books and took a picture with two girls for Snapchat.

“That’s so great” she told the girls as they snapped the selfie for social media. “You guys are so good!”


On the other hand Democrat candidate Bernie Sanders was thankful to campaign workers, saying “we have come a long, long way” since the Vermont senator declared his candidacy nine months ago.

He boldly stated that he will win tonight if the voter turnout is high” he told his cheering supporters. “We will struggle tonight if the voter turnout is low. That’s a fact.”

Sanders’ wife, Jane, spoke with the hosts of CNN’s New Day, she boldly rejected claims from her husband’s detractors that he is too liberal to win the general election in November.

“His ideas are the same as the American people’s ideas” she said, adding that she and her husband “are surprised not by the resonance of his ideas but the fervor of the support.”

As we all are waiting for the results the atmosphere in Iowa now is tensed for the candidates and their supporters as they all hoping to win the Iowa Caucuses.