Senator Cory “Spartacus” Booker has not been shy about his White House ambitions. He held strong opposition to Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation and utilized his time speaking on the Senate Judiciary Committee to unofficially launch his presidential campaign.
Shortly after failing to block Kavanaugh’s confirmation, Booker was on a plane to the presidential election state of Iowa. The midwestern state is a popular destination for presidential hopefuls due to its status as the first state to caucus during primary season.
Some Democrats are already heralding him as an early frontrunner despite a midterm election still unfolding.
Iowa is fielding numerous women candidates for statewide office, including Deidre DeJear, the first African-American woman to be on the ballot for secretary of state, and Abbie Finkenauer, who at 28 would be the youngest woman ever elected to Congress.
“We’re not defined by a President who does not believe women,” said Booker, “We’re gonna be defined when this state not only says that we believe women, but that we elect women!”
I don’t foresee Booker as the man to beat just yet. Fellow Senators Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren are stronger contenders, but I see the Democrats doing like Republicans did in 2016 and putting up a political outsider to carry the party.
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