U.S Senator Amy Klobuchar was hoping to gain support on the campaign trail – by making a stop in Fargo.
Klobuchar called herself a bread and butter candidate – working towards Bread and butter issues such as workforce training, healthcare premiums and longterm answers for farmers.
She also wants to bridge the rural-urban divide.
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She says campaigning towards Midwest delegates will be a focus too, since she knows the area its problems.
“You gotta reach out to people, that you have to go not just where it’s comfortable, but where it’s uncomfortable. You have to understand and be willing to talk about rural issues,” said Klobuchar.
Heidi Heitkamp and Moorhead Mayor Johnathan Judd were also there today backing Klobuchar.