Another day, another Democrat has announced they are running for president.
With snow falling, on Sunday Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar launched her campaign for President of the United States in Minneapolis.
The Midwest Democrat is just the latest to join the crowded field of presidential hopefuls.
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She becomes the first Midwestern Democrat to officially launch a presidential campaign. South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg has announced a presidential exploratory committee.
She’ll attempt to use her middle class, midwestern roots to appeal to voters in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania and Ohio, states Trump won in 2016.
Klobuchar is the second candidate in as many days to join launch the field, with Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren officially launching her campaign Saturday after previously starting an exploratory committee.