This 1 February 2020 video from presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in the USA says about itself:
THREE DAYS TO THE IOWA CAUCUS: This is the most important election of our lives. Now, more than ever, is the time to get involved and stand against Trump’s corruption and hate. Join our live town hall from Creston, Iowa with Jane Sanders and Michael Moore.
From Ballotpedia.org in the USA:
The first presidential nominating event of the 2020 election cycle takes place in Iowa on February 3, 2020. Both the Democratic and Republican parties are holding caucuses. Given its first-in-the-nation status, Iowa receives increased attention from both campaigning candidates and the media. …
As of February 2020, the following 11 Democratic elected officials and notable public figures are running in the primary:
Then, the Ballotpedia article names eleven candidates. Curiously, they omit the twelfth candidate: Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard. Curiously also, they do mention Ms Gabbard in Iowa opinion poll statistics and Iowa betting statistics in that same article. Why? Is this Iraq war veteran blacklisted for not supporting warmongering? Voters like Sally McMillan in Iowa City are indignant about corporate media ‘forgetting’ Ms Gabbard.
CNN’s blatant and bizarre Tulsi Gabbard snub: here.
Suppose that you, Dear Kitty. Some blog reader, are entitled to vote in the Iowa state Democratic party caucuses, then whom would you vote for? Here is a poll with all 12 candidates.
With the Iowa caucuses Monday formally initiating the Democratic Party presidential selection process, polls indicate a continued rise in support for Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders: here.