After spending six days in Iowa over Thanksgiving week, Senator Kamala Harris (who has an Oakland Campaign Headquarters at 3909 Grand Ave) will return to Iowa on Friday, December 6 through Monday, December 9 for events across the state. On Friday and Saturday, Kamala Harris will hold events in the Cedar Rapids area ahead of participating in a forum hosted by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT).
On Sunday, Senator Harris will participate in KCCI’s Undecided Voter Conversation, that will air on Thursday, December 12, before hosting a holiday party with members of the Indian-American community at the home of newly elected Johnston city councilmember Suresh Reddy. This continues Senator Harris’ campaigning in communities of color in Iowa, including with events over Thanksgiving. In August, Harris received the highly sought-after endorsement of the Asian and Latino Coalition.
Throughout the visit Kamala Harris will discuss her record of fighting for justice for all Americans, and her plans as President to fight for economic justice, reproductive justice, and health care justice, among others. As Harris has said across Iowa this month, justice is on the ballot in 2020. Harris will continue meeting with Iowans in small groups as the campaign locks in support and the precinct-level leadership necessary on caucus night. Earlier this month at the Liberty and Justice Celebration the Kamala Harris For President Campaign was praised for having one of the largest and loudest presences, highlighting a strong organization.
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