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Inside Warren's battle plan to win Iowa ? and the nomination

the Hawkeye State

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Morgan Sperry

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The New York Times
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By ALEX THOMPSON 06/03/2019 05:01 AM EDTNEWTON, Iowa — Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign is obsessed with stickers.At a half-dozen events in rural Eastern Iowa over Memorial Day weekend, paid organizers and volunteers swarmed every attendee, affixing brightly colored circles to them as proof their contact information had been secured. But Elizabeth Warren has made a conscious effort to hire a lot of staff here in every corner of the state,” campaign aide John Russell told voters at a rural issues roundtable.In fact, the campaign is replicating its Iowa model in New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina. The campaign has held an additional 200-plus events without her there, and dozens more are scheduled.“They established a beachhead very early and they built on it and that matters,” Matt Paul, the head of Hillary Clinton’s Iowa caucus operation in 2016, said of the Warren campaign. For over an hour, three Warren organizers went around the room soliciting thoughts and adding to two white poster-sized sheets of papers taped to the wall, one labeled “The Issues” and the other “The Plans.” When one person left early, a Warren organizer ran out to make sure the person filled out a “Fight Card” — the campaign’s voter contact form.“It doesn’t seem like any of the other campaigns have as much of a presence or as many boots on the ground in Iowa,” said Vivienne Kerley-de la Cruz, a 20-year-old Grinnell College student who attended. She has also seen O’Rourke at a town hall and attended “Camp Kamala,” the grass-roots organizing program for Harris’ campaign.Or as Morgan Sperry, a 2018 NYU grad who worked on Warren’s Senate reelection campaign before moving to Iowa earlier this year, put it: “If you can do all these events, people are like, ‘This is lit.’”

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