On a recent swing through Iowa, Andrew Yang was moving through his stump speech, a string of stories and statistics that can sound like an economics seminar.
AdvertisementWhile other second-tier candidates in the race are planning to use money and advertising to make an end-run around those early voting states, Yang says he’s largely sticking to the traditional path.
A strong showing there, Yang believes, will help propel him through the other early voting states, Nevada and South Carolina, and into the Super Tuesday contests on March 3.
The 62-year-old said he has narrowed his choices to Yang, Sanders and Buttigieg.
Larson, who also is considering Warren, Sanders and New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, left the event pleasantly surprised.