Who was where? Iowa to Nevada, heat map for 2020
We looked at data showing the number of campaign visits from each of the four early voting states in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, and South Carolina. The people who spend the most time on campaigns in each state may surprise you.
In Iowa (thanks to data from the Des Moines Register), it’s John Delaney with over 230 events-it helps him run for the president from the summer of 2017. Behind him: Amy Klobcher held 114 events in Iowa Julian Castro held 108.
This does not directly lead to a successful vote. Delaney and Castro registered 0% in the latest CNN / Iowa vote. Perhaps helped by recognition of the name of the neighbor of the Senator of Minnesota, Klobuchar has a more promising 6%, but is not close to 25% of Pete Buttigieg, the current Iowa top runner.
The same is true for other early voting countries.
New Hampshire’s most frequent flyers? According to New Hampshire Public Broadcasting data, the Democratic Party has 45 events, Tulsi Gabbard, followed by Klobuchar’s 44 events and 43 Marianne Williamson.
Both Gabbard and Williamson support 0% in the latest CBS / YouGov vote, while Klobuchar supports 3%. Republican Bill Weld actually holds the most events there, totaling 66.
Candidates visited Nevada the least of the early states-much more. According to Nevada Independent data, Kamala Harris made 14 visits in 20 visits and stopped the most in the 2020 cycle. According to the latest Fox News survey, Harris has received 4% support.
And in South Carolina, Harris and Corey Booker, who worked to boost their profile among black voters, almost stopped. Currently, the face time is not displayed in polling. In a recent Quinnipiac survey, Harris was 3% and Booker was 2%.
On the GOP side, President Donald Trump has been on the road for months. He held a return meeting on Tuesday night to commemorate the recent official transfer to South Florida.