Democratic Presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar told potential Siouxland caucus-goers today that her campaign has surged since the December 19th debate. The Minnesota US Senator told supporters at the Orpheum Theater today that that financial boost has meant a lot to her campaign.
“After that last debate, we raised over a million dollars in small contributions in 24 hours. So we’re seeing a total surge that’s allowed us to double our staff in the state of Iowa. “
Klobuchar says her campaign is also adding staff in early voting states like South Carolina, Nevada, and New Hampshire. Klobuchar said it was important for Democrats to win not only the Presidency but in federal, state and local offices as well. She noted that Iowa Democratics were working hard to try and take back the statehouse from dominant Republicans. Around 175 people attended Klobuchar’s town hall meeting at the Orpheum Theater in Sioux City.
his morning (Thursday), a few city leaders took the oath of office at the city hall in Sioux City.
Mayor Bob Scott was sworn in for a third consecutive term. He also served as mayor in the 1990s.
Also, new to the council, the owner of SoHo Kitchen and Bar, Julie Schoenherr.
Schoenherr beat incumbent Rhonda Capron in November.
“Thank you for trusting in me those who voted for me and a special thanks for everyone who helped me run for this office.”
Mayor Scott also chose Dan Moore to continue his duties as Mayor Pro Tem. Moore will serve as acting mayor if needed.
Alex Waters and Pete Groetken (gret-kin) round out the rest of the members of the Sioux City Council.