Democrat hopes to extend her unbeaten run to presidential race

Sen. Kamala Harris

Sen. Kamala Harris

"The town hall averaged 712k among adults 25-54 from 10-11pm, easily topping all cable news competition. We dismissed the charges against her, and overall we've improved attendance for this population in SF by 20 percent over the last two years".

At the same time, Democratic candidates have shown increased willingness to put gun safety at the center of their campaigns.

Harris, who had recently graduated law school, was appointed to her jobs on the Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board and the California Medical Assistance Commission by Brown, who was the then-Speaker of the California State Assembly.

Harris, a first-term US senator from California who announced her candidacy last Monday, rallied thousands of supporters at the Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, her hometown and where she served as a prosecutor before becoming the state attorney general.

"I have also worked my whole career to reform the criminal justice system, understanding, to your point, that it is deeply flawed".

California Democrat Senator Kamala Harris kicked off her 2020 campaign for the White House this week, vowing to bring government run healthcare to all Americans.

The website,, however, doesn't belong to either Harris or the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - it's owned by Morgan & Morgan.

Harris made her first campaign stop Friday in SC, where more than six in 10 of the state's 2016 Democratic primary voters were black.

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"People in power are trying to convince us that the villain in our American story is each other". If elected, she would become the first African American woman president in USA history. She's promising free everything. "This has become a political issue, and it is - there is no reason why we can not have reasonable gun-safety laws in this country", she added.

Perhaps most important, as Democrats weigh their options in the 2020 field, she made a succinct case for why she believes she would be the strongest candidate to take on Trump and not get "caught up in his insane", as one questioner put it.

The compelling Oakland speech was a show of strength by Harris and most likely a calculated shot across the bow to those still on the 2020 sidelines, notably the four Bs mulling a run: Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Cory Booker and Beto O'Rourke.

The 66-year-old isn't expected to formally declare his candidacy until sometime in March. She proudly explained that throughout her entire career she's only had one client, which neatly tied into her campaign tagline: for the people.

He waved away concerns that a "tweet-storm" from Mr Trump would follow his appearance, saying: "I think, like most people, I've become bored with President Trump and his tweets".

Jay Yarnell, 67, a retired chemical engineer from suburban Des Moines who serves as a Democratic precinct captain, was one of those who came to see Hickenlooper at the bar.

Forty percent of Democrats said it would be a good thing, while only 34 percent said it would be a bad thing.

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