Listen: Iowa, Wall Street Journal, Dallas County discussed on This Morning With Gordon Deal
"Canarian candidate? Folks, who are who would say things like one county chairman who said, you know, I'm seventy seven years old myself. I understand the limitations. I have once I've gotten older, and my, you know, I don't think it's best for a party candidate who. And of course, you have there's a handful one of the one of the people in our stories a twenty six year old county chairman in Dallas county, Iowa Des Moines, and he was talking about how Hillary Clinton campaign at the bowling alley in twenty sixteen that aids demanded that he turn the lanes off. So that she wouldn't be tempted into bowling and embarrass herself by betraying up poor bowling. Well. Smith and Dallas county was saying that. Important for Democrats that have a candidate who they don't have to worry about. They can have Boll and not endorsing cells. We're speaking with Reid. Epstein Wall Street Journal reporter, he's written a piece entitled Iowa Democrats say they want generational change. So if that means generally as you referenced before Joe, Biden, Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders might get the thumbs down from these democratic county chairs in Iowa who does that open the door for one name that we heard a lot from people that they're interested in seeing is is better or work. The Texas congressman who narrowly lost the Senate race Ted Cruz. Cory Booker Kamala, the senators from New Jersey and California, we're both in Iowa in October campaigning for local candidates and made very good impressions couple of the people who have been an Iowa and then have done well for themselves. There are some in the next year Kennedy or Senator Jeff Merkley more than and Montana. Governor Steve Bullock. But the field is as we say in the story as wide open as it has been in generations there. Twenty six out of state candidates who have already been Tyler since the two thousand sixteen election. Well, that doesn't include Alexa, Mike Bloomberg who is there on Tuesday. One is up into. And so you're. You know, it's it's possible. There could be as many thirty candidates who launch presidential campaigns in the state sometime next year is that just Democrats are all parties, just Democrats. Wow. It's shaping up to be the biggest primary sealed in the recent memory of sort of anyone who's been through this. Now, you know, it's not history suggests that feel that large wall should break up into tears be a first year of, you know, six to ten out of serious real candidates. And then you'll have some other sort of more candidates, but we learned anything after the two thousand sixteen campaign. That's that a lot of the bills. So we've lived by in presidential campaigns. Don't quite anymore. We're all learning. Fly. Nice read Wall Street Journal reporter Reid. Epstein. Twenty minutes now in front of the hour on This."