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"In our nation’s heartland, at a time when we must heal the heart of our democracy and renew our commitment to the common good, I stand before you as the granddaughter of an iron ore miner, the daughter of a teacher and a newspaperman, the first woman elected to the United States Senate from the state of Minnesota, to announce my candidacy for president of the United States."
October 21, 2019: Klobuchar finished her “All of America” bus tour in Iowa. Her campaign also announced it had raised $2 million in the six days since the fourth Democratic primary debate.
October 20, 2019: In a CNN interview, Klobuchar discussed the timing of a potential Senate impeachment trial in December and her presidential campaign.
October 18-20, 2019: Klobuchar campaigned across Iowa as part of her “All of America Bus Tour.”
October 16-17, 2019: Klobuchar visited all 10 counties in New Hampshire as part of her “For All of America” tour.
October 10, 2019: In a letter, Klobuchar called on the Department of Justice and the Federal Election Commission to open an investigation into President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani.
October 9, 2019: Klobuchar sent a letter to Senate Rules Committee Chairman Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) asking him to schedule a markup of the Honest Ads Act, which she co-sponsors, citing a Senate Intelligence Committee report discussing the use of social media platforms by the Russian government during the 2016 presidential election. The Act would require online political ads to meet the same disclosure requirements as TV and radio ads.
October 8, 2019: Klobuchar criticized Donald Trump's decision to remove troops from the Syrian border. She told Iowa's KMA News, "We should be dealing with China right now in trying to work out this trade war, all right? ... We should be dealing with farm prices. Instead, he causes all these self-inflicted wounds, whether it is getting out of the Iranian agreement, so that that's blowing up, and they are enriching uranium and blowing the caps, to what is happening now with Syria."
October 7, 2019: Klobuchar announced $4.8 million in fundraising for the third quarter of 2019. That figure is more than her $3.9 million from Q2 but less than her $5.2 million from Q1.
October 6, 2019: Klobuchar spoke on CNN’s State of the Union and discussed the U.S. House impeachment inquiry into Trump.
October 3-4, 2019: Klobuchar campaigned in Iowa, marking her 20th trip to the state.
October 2, 2019: Klobuchar released her first television ad in Iowa and New Hampshire in a six-figure campaign.
September 30, 2019: Klobuchar campaigned and attended a private fundraiser in Seattle.
September 24, 2019: Several localnewspapers published an op-ed on rural broadband access by Klobuchar.
September 24, 2019: Klobuchar co-hosted a women’s entrepreneurship roundtable in Washington, D.C.
September 19, 2019: Klobuchar campaigned in Detroit and Milwaukee.
September 18, 2019: Klobuchar campaigned in Pittsburgh, focusing on her economic agenda.
September 17, 2019: Klobuchar launch a tour of former blue wall states, with stops in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin.
September 12, 2019: Klobuchar participated in the third Democratic primary debate in Houston. ABC News and Univision broadcast the debate and Linsey Davis, David Muir, Jorge Ramos, and George Stephanopoulos moderated. The candidates discussed Medicare for All, criminal justice, international trade agreements, gun violence, military strategy in Afghanistan, education, and climate change. To read debate highlights for Klobuchar, .
September 10, 2019: Klobuchar spoke at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s presidential forum.
September 9, 2019: Klobuchar and seven other candidates participated in a political ad on gun violence produced by an advocacy organization founded by former Rep.Gabrielle Giffords, Giffords' Courage to Fight Gun Violence. The ad was part of a six-figure digital buy. Also that day, Klobuchar spoke about her political identity, the 2016 presidential election, humor in politics, the opioid crisis, and the first overseas trip she'd make as president in an interview on WBUR's Here & Now.
September 7, 2019: Klobuchar spoke at the Democratic Party of New Hampshire's annual convention along with 18 other candidates.
September 6, 2019: Klobuchar spoke about the economy at Manchester Community College as part of a presidential forum series.
September 1, 2019: Klobuchar released a climate plan that included the goals of 100% net zero emissions by 2050, participating in the Paris Climate Agreement, and restoring the Clean Power Plan.
August 29, 2019: Klobuchar announced she was opening five new field offices in New Hampshire in the coming weeks.
August 28, 2019: Klobuchar spoke about gun violence policy during a speech at the Nevada State AFL-CIO Convention.
August 26, 2019: Klobuchar ended a two-day visit to New Hampshire, speaking at a house party in Bedford.
August 25-26, 2019: Klobuchar campaigned in New Hampshire.
August 25, 2019: Klobuchar discussed tariffs, China, and Afghanistan in an interview on CBS News’ Face the Nation.
August 15, 2019: Klobuchar campaigned in Arkansas, holding a press conference on gun violence and attending a Democratic Party fundraiser.
August 14, 2019: Klobuchar addressed union members at the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades annual convention in Las Vegas.
August 10, 2019: Klobuchar spoke about immigration, climate change, workforce training, and the rural-urban divide at the Soapbox.
August 8, 2019: In a Medium post, Klobuchar outlined her anti-domestic terrorism proposal. She called for prioritizing law enforcement tracking, investigation, and prosecution of hate crimes and white nationalist activity. Under her plan, people with violent misdemeanor hate crime convictions would be barred from purchasing or possessing firearms.
August 7, 2019: Klobuchar kicked off her four-day Heartland Tour.
August 7, 2019: Klobuchar issued her farming communities platform, which includes expanding federal commodity price supports and federal crop insurance programs, tariff review, loan forgiveness for agricultural students, increasing the use of ethanol, and infrastructure improvements.
August 5, 2019: Klobuchar spoke at an event hosted by the Orange County California Democrats.
August 5, 2019: Klobuchar, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, and Bernie Sandersspoke on Latino issues at the UnidosUS Annual Conference in San Diego.
August 3, 2019: The American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees held a public service forum in Las Vegas, Nevada. Klobuchar participated. Also on August 3-4, the 2020 Democratic candidatesrespondedtothe mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, in formal statements, interviews, and tweets. Candidates focused on Trump’s rhetoric on immigrants, congressional inaction, and gun violence policies.
August 1, 2019: Klobuchar announced that she had reached the grassroots fundraising and polling thresholds to qualify for the third Democratic primary debate in September.
July 30, 2019: The first night of the second Democratic presidential primary debate was broadcast from Detroit, Michigan, on CNN. Klobuchar participated. She said she knew how to win competitive elections, particularly in the Midwest. She opposed universal free college, saying it would also pay the tuition of wealthy students. Klobuchar also presented her $1 trillion infrastructure plan, including rural broadband and green infrastructure.
July 28, 2019: Klobuchar met with AFSCME Council 61 members while campaigning in Iowa.
July 25, 2019: Klobuchar spoke at a presidential forum hosted by the National Urban League in Indianapolis, Indiana. Also, in her housing plan released July 25, Klobuchar said she would raise the capital gains tax rate for households making more than $400,000 to help fund additional spending on housing vouchers, rural housing assistance grants, and other housing programs.
July 24, 2019: Klobuchar, nine other Democratic candidates, and Republican candidate Bill Weld spoke at the NAACP’s 2020 Presidential Candidates Forum in Detroit, Michigan.
July 22, 2019: In a Washington Post Live interview, Klobuchar discussed the Affordable Care Act, climate change, and immigration.
July 21, 2019: Klobuchar reached 2 percent support or more in a fourth qualifying poll for the third Democratic presidential debate in September. Klobuchar’s campaign said she had more than 100,000 contributors and was on pace to meet the donor threshold.
July 18, 2019: Bustle interviewed Klobuchar about gun violence and domestic violence, college affordability, abortion, and the Democratic primary.
July 16, 2019: Klobuchar outlined her first 100 days in office during a policy address in Washington, D.C. She said she would first rejoin the International Climate Change Agreement, preserve insurance coverage for pre-existing conditions, and travel to Canada and Europe to strengthen international relationships.
July 15, 2019: Klobuchar participated in a forum hosted by The Des Moines Register and AARP. Also that day, Klobuchar said she would prioritize nominating federal judges on her first day in office but would not release any names during the campaign in an interview on the NPR Politics Podcast.
July 12-15, 2019: Klobuchar campaigned in Iowa.
July 12, 2019: Klobuchar issued a policy proposal addressing eldercare, Alzheimer's disease, and the financial concerns of seniors Friday. The plan would be funded through taxes on inherited wealth.
July 10, 2019: Elizabeth Warren reintroduced the Climate Risk Disclosure Act, which would require companies to disclose information about climate risks like greenhouse gas emissions. Klobuchar cosponsored the bill.
July 9, 2019: Klobuchar discussed her work as a prosecutor and the Jeffrey Epstein case in an interview on MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews. Also on July 9, Klobuchar and 12 other Democratic presidential candidates called on Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta to resign for his involvement in negotiating a plea agreement for Jeffrey Epstein in a 2008 sex trafficking case.
July 8, 2019: Klobuchar hired Nick Maines and Nick Paul to work as organizing directors in New Hampshire. As of these hires, she had 18 total staff members in the state.
July 5, 2019: Klobuchar was among the 10 candidates who spoke at the Strong Public Schools Presidential Forum in Texas. There, she unveiled her Progress Partnership education policy, which would provide federal funds to states that increase teacher pay, update their high school curriculum, and establish a process to repair schools statewide.
July 2, 2019: Klobuchar said she would not reverse the Trump administration's decision to move the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
July 1, 2019: Klobuchar campaigned in Iowa. Also, Vogue featured five of the six women running for president, including Klobuchar, in a magazine story about the election.
June 26, 2019: Klobuchar brought Nicole Smith-Holt and Shelly Elkington—two Minnesota mothers who lost their adult children to insulin and opioids, respectively—to the first debate. At the debate, Klobuchar discussed her electability, saying she had won districts in Minnesota that went for President Donald Trump (R) by double digits.
June 23, 2019: Klobuchar sat for an interview with NBC's Harry Smith on her top priority if elected, which would be to improve mental healthcare and addiction treatment.
June 22, 2019: Klobuchar and 21 other Democratic candidates spoke at the South Carolina Democratic Convention. This was a record-breaking number of presidential candidates speaking at the state party's convention, The Greenville News reported. Klobuchar and 19 other Democratic candidates also attended a forum hosted by Planned Parenthood.
June 21, 2019: Klobuchar and 21 other Democratic candidates attended Rep. Jim Clyburn’s (D) World Famous Fish Fry in Columbia, South Carolina. Klobuchar and seven other Democratic candidates also participated in a National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) forum.
June 20, 2019: Klobuchar sat with PBS NewsHour’s Judy Woodruff for an interview where she discussed her top three priorities if elected.
June 19, 2019: Klobuchar talked about mental health care and addiction treatment on NBC's Nightly News.
June 18, 2019: Klobuchar released a list of actions she would take in her first 100 days if elected president. The list included addressing voting registration, prescription drugs, and antitrust enforcement.
June 14, 2019: Klobuchar and Bill de Blasiocalled for Donald Trump's impeachment, both citing Trump's ABC interview response to a question about accepting campaign information from foreign governments.
June 12, 2019: Klobuchar called for the passage of her Secure Elections Act and Honest Ads Act, retweeting a statement from Trump saying he might not alert the FBI if he received information from a foreign government about a political opponent.
June 11, 2019: Klobuchar joined Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, and Elizabeth Warren in a letter to McDonald's criticizing the company for its handling of sexual harassment complaints.
June 10, 2019: Klobuchar hosted a meet-and-greet in Concord, New Hampshire, and a discussion on voting rights in Somersworth, New Hampshire. She also spoke at the Politics & Eggs event at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics.
June 9, 2019: Klobuchar held a rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Later, she and 18 other candidates delivered a five-minute speech at the Democrats Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. In an interview on CBS News’ Face the Nation, Klobuchar discussed abortion policy and said the Trump administration’s trade policy was harming farmers.
June 6, 2019: Klobuchar campaigned in Duluth, touring redeveloped waterfront communities in the Minnesota Slip.
June 4, 2019: Klobuchar said that former special counsel Robert Mueller should testify in a House committing hearing.
June 1, 2019: Speaking at the #BigIdeas Forum, Klobuchar promoted expanding voting rights as her idea to improve Americans’ lives.
May 31, 2019: The Democratic Party of Californiaannounced that Klobuchar would speak at its convention held May 31 to June 2.
May 30, 2019: Klobuchar campaigned in Nevada, including a meeting with the Nevada Democratic Veterans and Military Families Caucus. Klobuchar hired Angela Kouters as her state director for South Carolina.
May 29, 2019: Klobuchar discussed climate change, mental health, and impeachment proceedings on Pod Save America.
May 28, 2019: Klobuchar released a series of farm policy proposals, including changing rules that allow small refineries to be exempted from biofuel laws.
May 23, 2019: Klobuchar opened her presidential headquarters in northeast Minneapolis, Minnesota.
May 23, 2019: Klobuchar held a roundtable with health officials, first responders, and healthcare and treatment professionals on the opioid crisis in Minnesota.
May 21, 2019: Klobuchar discussed Alzheimer’s disease research and caregiving and shared her experience of having a parent in a memory care community.
May 19, 2019: Klobuchar discussed her antitrust and technology policy during a New Hampshire campaign stop. She said she would apply a more rigorous mergers and acquisitions review process, pass federal data privacy legislation, and account for gig economy workers in the tax code.
May 15, 2019: In an interview with ELLE, Klobuchar discussed her management style and sexism in Congress.
May 15, 2019: Klobuchar joinedother 2020 Democratic candidates in condemning recent fetal heartbeat laws in Alabama and Georgia.
May 12, 2019: Klobuchar campaigned in Puerto Rico.
May 9, 2019: Klobuchar also appeared on a Fox News town hall in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she discussed her progressive identity, Joe Biden’s entry into the race, and Brett Kavanaugh’s hearing.
May 9, 2019: Klobuchar  gun safety laws, healthcare, and addiction on WMUR’s “Conversation with the Candidate.”
May 9, 2019: Klobuchar wrote an op-ed in The Los Angeles Times on how to protect U.S. elections from foreign influence.
May 7, 2019: Klobuchar reintroduced the Americans Giving Care to Elders (AGE) Act to give caregivers a tax credit to help offset expenses of care for an aging relative.
May 7, 2019: New Statesman Americanprofiled Klobuchar during a campaign stop in New Hampshire.
May 4, 2019: Klobuchar discussed her platform on mental health and addiction during a roundtable at Drake Law School in Iowa.
April 30, 2019: Voxprofiled Klobuchar’s plan for improving the criminal justice and clemency systems.
April 25, 2019: Klobuchar co-wrote an op-ed in CNN about the Saving for the Future Act, which would provide a savings contribution per hour worked to full-time employees for retirement.
April 23, 2019: The Washington Examiner reported that former FBI director James Comey and his wife each donated $2,700 to Klobuchar’s campaign. Comey and Klobuchar attended law school together.
April 19, 2019: Klobuchar will campaigned in New Hampshire and held a roundtable in Manchester about the commuter rail.
April 17, 2019: Politico reported that Klobuchar would be the second Democratic presidential candidate to appear in a town hall on Fox News. The event was scheduled for May 8 in Milwaukee.
April 17, 2019: During a campaign visit to Nashville, Tennessee, Klobuchar focused on bipartisanship in her career, frequently mentioning Republican colleagues.
April 16, 2019: While campaigning in Florida, Klobuchar discussed climate change and hurricanes, tourism, and the Maduro regime in Venezuela.
April 14, 2019: Klobuchar campaigned in Minneapolis, Minnesota, ahead of Trump’s visit to the state. She promoted her $1 billion infrastructure plan and criticized Trump’s tax policy.
April 8, 2019: Klobuchar raised $5.2 million in the first quarter of 2019 with 85 percent of donors contributing $100 or less.
April 7, 2019: Klobuchar made her first campaign visit to Nevada and was scheduled to spoke at the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers’ 2019 Annual Transportation Conference on April 8.
April 4, 2019: Klobuchar introduced ”Saving for the Future Act” with Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.), which would require employers with 10 or more employees to contribute at least 50 cents for each hour worked to a retirement savings account.
April 4, 2019: The Atlanticprofiled Klobuchar and her focus on “heartland economics” and a Midwest campaign strategy.
April 3, 2019: The Washington Postprofiled Klobuchar and her Midwest strategy and infrastructure proposal.
April 1, 2019: Klobuchar became the fourth presidential candidate to release her tax returns on Monday.
March 28, 2019: Klobuchar proposed a $1 trillion transportation infrastructure plan and said it would be her top budget priority if elected. She said she would use federal funds, tax subsidies, and loan guarantees to upgrade roads, highways, bridges, schools, airports, water systems, internet access, public transit, and energy systems.
March 23, 2019: Klobuchar spoke at a town hall in Rye, New Hampshire. She discussed gun laws, the separation of powers, and special counsel Robert Mueller's report.
March 19, 2019: Klobuchar held a fundraiser in San Francisco, California. Citing her record of criticizing large tech companies, CNN said Klobuchar “is now engaged in a delicate balancing act, as she courts San Francisco's prominent donor class to contribute to her campaign.”
March 19, 2019: Klobuchar was interviewed on NPR’s Morning Edition, where she discussed healthcare, working with Republicans, regulating big tech companies, and her managerial style.
March 16-17, 2019: Klobuchar campaigned in Iowa.
March 15, 2019: Klobuchar announced she hired two more Iowa staffers: Andrew Nelson as state organizing director and Courtney Rice as state press secretary.
March 11, 2019: Klobuchar was interviewed by Tampa Bay Times, where she discussed the carbon tax, Cuba, Joe Biden, and Andrew Gillum.
March 9, 2019: Klobuchar said there should be an investigation into whether breaking up Facebook and Google would be a good antitrust measure.
March 6, 2019: Klobuchar was profiled in Rolling Stone, where she discussed her political history, the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh, and her presidential campaign. She also wrote an op-ed on the Farm Bill published by several newspapers.
March 5, 2019: Klobuchar attended an event at the Center for American Progress on antitrust legislation.
March 4, 2019: Klobuchar was interviewed on MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews Monday evening.
February 24, 2019: Following allegations that Sen. Amy Klobuchar mistreated several members of her staff, more than 60 former staffers signed on to an open letter defending her management.
February 22, 2019: Klobuchar released the following statement on marijuana legalization Friday: “I support the legalization of marijuana and believe that states should have the right to determine the best approach to marijuana within their borders.”
February 22, 2019: Klobuchar campaigned in Georgia, where she met with former President Jimmy Carter and 2018 Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams.
February 21, 2019: Klobuchar met with 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in early February. Former Vice President Joe Biden also attended a meeting with Clinton this month. “The assumption among people who have talked to Clinton is that the former nominee will sit out the Democratic primary and get behind the eventual nominee, but one source cautioned in January that things could change based on how the primary plays out,” CNN reported.
February 12, 2019: Klobuchar said she raised $1 million in the first 48 hours after announcing her candidacy for president.
February 11, 2019: CNN was scheduled to broadcast a town hall in Manchester, New Hampshire, with Klobuchar.
February 10, 2019: Klobuchar announced that she was running for president during a rally in Minneapolis. Last year, Klobuchar won in 43 counties that supported Trump in 2016. Watch the announcement here.
February 5, 2019: Klobuchar was scheduled to make an announcement about whether she will run for president on Feb. 10 before traveling to Iowa later in the month.