ICYMI: Greenfield Ignores Half the State, Gets Caught Running ‘Grassroots’ Campaign from the Coasts
Not only has she flippantly ignored half of Iowa, but she’s also been running her so-called “grassroots” campaign from the coasts
Last week, it was revealed that failed real estate executive Theresa Greenfield has yet to visit nearly half of the counties in Iowa -- despite having launched her campaign 15 months ago.
Not only has she flippantly ignored half of Iowa, but she’s also been running her so-called “grassroots” campaign from the coasts -- using special interest groups in California, New York, and Washington, D.C. for her get-out-the-vote efforts.
With her history blowing off large swaths of this state, it’s no wonder Greenfield has been relying on her far-left coastal allies to help her flailing campaign. She has prioritized Chuck Schumer and his “windowless basement” strategy -- hiding, raising money from corporate lobbyists, CEOs, and executives, and relying on disingenuous TV ads rather than having face-to-face conversations with Iowans.
“Iowa Democratic senate candidate Theresa Greenfield is relying heavily on out-of-state special interest organizations for her ‘grassroots’ get-out-the-vote efforts in the state, photos, and social media posts obtained by Iowa Field Report show.
“While Greenfield has repeatedly touted her campaign as an Iowa ‘grassroots’ operation, photos reveal that her get-out-the-vote efforts are being conducted from out of state, including places like California, New York, and Washington, D.C.
“For the past several weeks, Iowans have been receiving hand-written letters asking them to vote for Greenfield. While the letters appear authentic and grassroots-driven, photos show they are postmarked from out of state. Also, social media posts reveal they are part of an organized, out-of-state effort by special interest groups.
“For example, one such individual appears to be working for a special interests group based out of Indiana, according to information on her Twitter page:
“The organization this individual references, ‘Flip the West,’ is based in California:
“This is not the first time Greenfield has relied on support from out-of-state special interests organizations for her get-out-the-vote efforts. Iowa Field Report has learned that even before the Democratic Party primary, Greenfield’s campaign was relying on California phone bankers.”
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