U.S. Sen. Cory Booker will return to Iowa to make 12 stops in as 11 counties this weekend.
On Thursday, the senator will host a single town-hall style event in Pottowattamie County.
The next day, he’ll host a town hall in Shelby County and meet and greets in Madison and Delaware Counties. He’ll also attend a mayors’ forum in Black Hawk County and an Iowa Farmers Union convention in Poweshiek County.
He’ll host another meet and greet in Cedar County Saturday, along with a town-hall style event in Johnson County. He’ll attend events hosted by the Teamster’s Union in Linn County and by the Quad-City chamber of Commerce in Scott County.
On Sunday, Booker will return to Linn County for a canvass launch and finish with a town-hall style event in Dubuque County.
The trip comes days after Booker secured his 100th New Hampshire endorsement. The ten new endorsements were all from activists.
“We’re thrilled to hit this milestone and continue to grow Cory’s support in New Hampshire,” Booker New Hampshire state director Erin Turmelle said. “We are grateful for the enthusiastic support Cory has received from New Hampshire leaders over the course of many months. These elected officials, activists and community leaders are influential voices in their communities who are growing our grassroots campaign and will make the difference heading into February 11.”