Clinton in 2nd day of Iowa swing, with diner stop
Apr. 15, 2015
MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is meeting small business owners and Democratic activists in Iowa as part of her effort to reintroduce herself to voters in the crucial early voting state.
Clinton visited the Tremont Grille in Marshalltown on Wednesday, ordering a skim latte and chatting with a table of local officials.
In the midst of a two-day swing through Iowa, Clinton is trying to show Democratic voters that she's taking nothing for granted this time around, despite having no serious competition for the Democratic presidential nomination at this early stage. In 2008, she finished third in the Iowa caucuses.