I’m sorry, but I just don’t think a man is strong enough to be president. https://t.co/YbmVCC0E9K
— Dennis DiClaudio (@dennisdiclaudio) July 22, 2019
GUARDIANS OF DEMOCRACY tank to scrub the dog. https://t.co/syZOkHTmCk
— Dan Zak (@MrDanZak) July 21, 2019
What are Iowans saying about Kamala Harris?
"She'll make a wonderful president."
"I can see her bringing the fight to Donald Trump."
"She's the type of person to bring together."
"She talked about lifting people up, and bringing hope, and that's what we need."
"She's tough." pic.twitter.com/WPiU8Ru1Bv
— Ammar Moussa (@ammarmufasa) July 22, 2019
Fmr. Democratic Whip David Bonior shares his endorsement of @ewarren in front of packed crowd in the heart of his old district in McComb Co., MI — arguably the critical swing county in MIchigan. #MIPol pic.twitter.com/q3ddirbvHp
— Neil Sroka (@nsroka) July 22, 2019
And Harris just locked down the Jersey vote. https://t.co/X2Qq3lZ5zM
— laura mckenna (@laura11D) July 22, 2019
And a fun little interactive NYTimes story: “How to Get a Selfie With Elizabeth Warren in 8 Steps” —
LANSING, Mich. — Sure, you could wear a campaign button. But a photo with the candidate is so much more versatile: suitable for avatars, posting with a clever hashtag, even printing out and framing if you want to go analog.
Posing for the camera with a presidential candidate used to be a perk generally reserved for wealthy donors. At Senator Elizabeth Warren’s events, all it costs is passing some time in a well-organized selfie* line…
Eight hundred of the 1,700 people at that particular event opted for their selfies. Which I can believe, because I attended a much smaller Warren town hall last fall, and more than half the 200 or so people in the auditorium were waiting for their shots when I decided I was too shy to join them!
Extra-credit Midwest/Canadian “nice”:
— Full Frontal (@FullFrontalSamB) July 19, 2019