Linky Friday: Please Allow Me to Introduce Myself
With the 2020 presidential campaign heating up, and several of the big names starting to officially declare, the first batch of campaign videos to introduce the candidate are out. Let us view them together…
[LF1] Kamala Harris:
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) January 21, 2019
[LF2] Elizabeth Warren:
Every person in America should be able to work hard, play by the same set of rules, & take care of themselves & the people they love. That’s what I’m fighting for, & that’s why I’m launching an exploratory committee for president. I need you with me: https://t.co/BNl2I1m8OX pic.twitter.com/uXXtp94EvY
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) December 31, 2018
[LF3] Kirsten Gillibrand:
When it comes to doing the right thing and helping people, I’ve never backed down from a fight – and I won’t start now. pic.twitter.com/yo7soDhRRk
— Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) January 16, 2019
[LF4] Julián Castro
As a kid growing up on the west side of San Antonio, I never thought that I’d one day be making this announcement: https://t.co/2NAIFEsCFh I’m exploring a candidacy for President of the United States in 2020 to renew the promise of this country for all. https://t.co/9jOBdjHcLO
— Julián Castro (@JulianCastro) December 12, 2018
[LF5] Tulsi Gabbard:
We are being torn apart, with divisions that seem too deep to heal. But when we are united in the spirit of love, there is no challenge we cannot overcome. Join me in building a movement for peace to create a bright future for all. https://t.co/q1ZvZTiw47 pic.twitter.com/BrUhvXPi8N
— Tulsi Gabbard (@TulsiGabbard) January 24, 2019
[LF6] Richard Ojeda
It’s time for real leadership in the White House. It’s time for working families to take it back from billionaires who have convinced us to fight each other instead of the real problem. And Trump’s bone spurs won’t save him this time. #AllTheWay #Ojeda2020 #PresidentBoneSpurs pic.twitter.com/Pscps4RqXa
— Richard N. Ojeda, II (@VoteOjeda2020) November 20, 2018
[LF7] Pete Buttigieg
I launched a presidential exploratory committee because it is a season for boldness and it is time to focus on the future. Are you ready to walk away from the politics of the past?
— Pete Buttigieg (@PeteButtigieg) January 23, 2019
[LF8] John K. Delaney
I believe that success means nothing if you don’t use it to give back & to lift up others–that’s the difference between me & Trump. WATCH: pic.twitter.com/jj85fMull2
— John K. Delaney (@JohnKDelaney) August 3, 2017
[LF9] Andrew Yang
I’m running for President to build a new economy, one that puts people first. Universal Basic Income of $1k/month, Medicare for All, and the new American Scorecard will help us achieve this goal. Join our campaign and let’s solve the real problems.https://t.co/ZH2ez3UDa0
— Andrew Yang (@AndrewYangVFA) January 9, 2019
[LF10] Cory Booker says he’s nearing 2020 decision as he swings through key southern states.
[LF11] Joe Biden’s tough-on-crime past could haunt him in 2020.
[LF12] Beto O’Rourke’s web diary inspires derision and hope as 2020 presidential field takes shape.
[LF13] Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown Moves Closer To Joining 2020 Campaign.
[LF15] Montana’s Bullock mum about plans for 2020.
[LF16] NH Primary Source: Michael Bloomberg’s upcoming visit to NH takes shape.
[LF17] Sen. Amy Klobuchar drops more hints about 2020, disavows fake campaign logo.
[LF18] John Hickenlooper isn’t running for president yet.
[LF19] Terry McAuliffe hints, ‘I’m going to announce,’ says Trump ‘has no moral core’.
[LF20] Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Facebook ads in swing states stir 2020 speculation2020 speculation2020 speculation.
[LF21] Teachers’ strike behind him, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti refocuses on a White House bid.