World After saying yes to Trump in 2016, Iowa could say no to him in 2020

14:15  22 october  2020
14:15  22 october  2020 Source:   lepoint.fr

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Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale said , gleefully wringing every last drop of political advantage out of the Democratic blushes. "The reporting of the results and circumstances surrounding the 2020 Iowa Democratic Party caucuses were unacceptable," said Iowa Democratic Party Chairman Troy

The 2020 United States presidential election in Iowa was held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020 , as part of the 2020 United States elections in which all 50 states plus the District of Columbia participated.

  Après avoir dit oui à Trump en 2016, l'Iowa pourrait lui dire non en 2020 © Supplied by The Point

Michelle Smith lost her job when the Maytag washing machine factory in Newton closed a year ago fifteen years, in Iowa, leaving 2,000 employees on the floor. This Democrat sees in this the explanation of the success of Donald Trump in 2016: "People said to themselves + he's not a politician, he's a businessman: let's give him a chance to relaunch the economy".

Ms Smith, chairman of the Jasper County party branch, is now employed in a call center, but her situation has not improved since the New York billionaire took office.

"I don't have more money than four years ago, I can tell you that my health insurance costs even more", she explains.

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State in full "evolution"

In this rural state of the American Midwest, the county of Jasper elected Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012 but was easily convinced by Donald Trump: he won with 18 points d ahead of her rival Hillary Clinton .

Recent polls, however, show it neck and neck with former Vice President Joe Biden, and Iowa has joined the list of key states, likely to switch to one side or the other.

In Newton, voters flock to vote nearly two weeks before the November 3 deadline. The advance polls should reach records there according to the authorities.

After filing his ballot for Joe Biden, Craig Elthof, a supporter of Bernie Sanders, is hoping for a possible Democratic victory. “I think we've had a chance to see what four years of Trump are like. And his record is not good,” he said.

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Trump also said he was not concerned about how his runner-up finish in Iowa could affect the brand he has promoted throughout his career and campaign: that of a winner. "I think my brand is doing great," Trump said in response to a question from CNN. And the optics of his Tuesday night rally in

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Republican side, the bell is obviously different. "President Trump has done a good job on just about everything, like the economy. There's a little problem with the coronavirus, but I don't think Biden would have done any differently," said Keith Eckhart, a retiree who came to vote. early.

Faced with the coronavirus crisis, Jasper County Republican Party Chairman Thad Nearmyer is pushing for the revival.

"The economy is a huge, huge concern. We must reopen what was closed because of the virus", he explains, even if the coronavirus "has spread a bit lately" in the Iowa.

Mr. Nearmyer, who himself contracted Covid-19, thinks that we must now "go forward", a speech close to the president who announced that he was "immune" to Covid-19 after his recovery.

Iowa counts more than 1,000 contaminations per day for three million inhabitants.

Women of the suburbs

Iowa reports only six voters, out of the 270 needed to be elected, but the White House host made the trip to Des Moines last week to try to re-mobilize his base.

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Faced with his followers, Donald Trump attempted a seduction operation with an electorate who shuns him and could make a difference: the women of the suburbs. "They want security, they don't want the value of their home to drop," he said.

According to a poll taken in September, Joe Biden would have a 20 point lead among women in Iowa.

The state, which has a strong Republican leaning in recent years, has become more pro-Democrats due to demographic shifts, according to Karen Kedrowski, professor of political science at the University of Iowa.

"All of the fastest growing areas are in the Des Moines metropolitan area. And that's where we see women living in the suburbs becoming decisive voices," she explains.

A defeat of Donald Trump in Iowa could also have consequences in the Senate , renewed by a third this year and where the Republicans have only three votes of majority.

Republican Senator Joni Ernst is thus ahead of her Democratic rival in the polls.

"I think his fate is linked to Donald Trump", analyzes Robert Leonard, reporter for a local radio station. "It is not the Republicans who will dismiss Joni Ernst. They like Joni Ernst. It is the independents who will vote according to their opinion of Mr. Trump," he said.

10/22/2020 09:33:36 - Newton ( United States ) (AFP) - © 2020 AFP

The US election campaign, with four days to go .
President Donald Trump and challenger Joe Biden are to hit three states each, the Midwest takes center stage in the battle for the White House and Texas sees record early voting. - Trump also in the Midwest - Donald Trump will also be hitting the Midwest: not Iowa, but he will be steering a course through Michigan, which he won by a whisker in 2016. This year, polls show Biden ahead in this Rust Belt state, which has 16 electoral votes of the 270 needed to win the White House.

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