Iowa grows corn, raises hogs and nurtures presidential dreams. He met with Latino and Asian American activists, and attended a gay rights gala. pic.twitter.com/C24GCfZaKm
— Eric Garcetti (@ericgarcetti) April 14, 2018
Read the full story on LATimes.com. So when Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti set out Friday to introduce himself to Iowa with a two-day visit, the all-but-announced Democratic candidate for president was traveling a well-trod path. He took a walk through Des Moines’ hipster East Village neighborhood and picked up Iowa-themed gear at an edgy boutique. Thanks Waterloo Mayor @QuentinHart for welcoming me to your city, where you are helping to modernize factories and keep manufacturing jobs in the USA. He visited with firefighters and union carpenters. Mayor Garcetti, Eyeing Presidential Run, Heads to South Carolina for Democratic Fundraiser Mayor Garcetti Visits South Carolina Ahead of Possible 2020 White House Bid
‘We’re the Same’: Mayor Garcetti Draws Comparison Between Los Angeles and Iowa
L.A. The state launched two exceeding long shots, Jimmy Carter and Barack Obama, to the White House, giving each a look and listen when sophisticates elsewhere treated their campaigns as the stuff of cockeyed fantasy.