Another name has come on the still growing list of democrats who will try to become the president of the UNITED states by the election in 2020.
Senator Amy Klobuchar from the state of Minnesota announced on Sunday, officially, that she put up in the presidential campaign in the UNITED states.
- I'll see you in the eyes. I will say what I think. I will focus on getting things done. I have done my whole life. And no matter what I will lead from the heart, she says in her speech in a snow-covered Minnesota on Sunday.
Klobuchar said the current president, Donald Trump by name. But she criticizes that conduct a "foreign policy per tweet" and says that americans should "stop spreading fear and stop the hatred ... we all live in the same country with shared dreams".
She manufactures herself as a contrast to Trump, who is expected to be the republican candidate in 2020.
Among other things, promises the senator to lead a green policy, for example, involves to occur in a climate agreement from Paris again, to adopt rules for the cars ' gasoline consumption and invest in green jobs and infrastructure.
She put up in the Midwest, a region of the UNITED states, which was to give the republican Donald Trump victory over democrat Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Klobuchar, who is 58 years old, sitting in the Senate in Washington in his third term of office. She is the first woman, as the voters in Minnesota have voted in the U.S. senate.
She has the backing of the majority of voters in many of the constituencies where the Trump race with the victory for a good two years ago.
Last year, she was re-elected with about 60 percent of the vote against the republican challenger.
The backing she hopes to be able to transfer to other states in the Midwest, among other things, Michigan and Wisconsin. These states have traditionally voted democratic - until Trump won over Hillary Clinton.
OVERVIEW: They want to challenge Trump in the elections in 2020
Several american politicians have signed up as candidates for the presidential election in 2020.
Here is an overview of the democrats who have announced their candidacy, or who has taken official steps in the direction of providing up.
* Senator Amy Klobuchar from Minnesota on Sunday officially announced that she will seek to become the Democratic presidential candidate in 2020.
Klobuchar is 58 years old and is selected in the state of Minnesota. She got big attention, as she was the nominated supreme court judge Brett Kavanaugh on the blade last year - but should otherwise work to draw attention to themselves on a national scale.
* Senator Elizabeth Warren officially opened its election campaign on Saturday.
Warren is 69 years old and was selected in the state of Massachusetts. She is one of the great critics of both Donald Trump and the banking industry and the fight for AMERICA's middle class and health insurance to all americans.
* Senator Cory Booker announced officially his candidacy for the 1. February.
The 49-year-old senator is a former mayor of Newark, the largest city in New Jersey. Booker has been a senator since 2013, when he ran with the victory in an election to replace democrat Frank Lautenberg. In 2014, he was elected to a full term.
* Mayor Pete Buttigieg said the 23. January, that he is taking steps in the direction of providing up.
The 37-year-old Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is one of the campaign atmosphere to outsiders. He wants to become AMERICA's first openly gay president, but have received many questions about his limited political experience.
* Senator Kamala Harris announced officially on the 21. January, that she put up.
Kamala Harris has just been sitting in the u.s. Senate in two years. She is the daughter of immigrants from India and Jamaica, and has previously been minister of justice in California in six years.
* The 15. January said the democratic senator from New York Kirsten Gillibrand, that she will put up.
the 52-year-old Gillibrand is known as one of the fanebærerne in the work to change how Congress handles allegations of sexual harassment. She was also a prominent voice in the Meto-movement.
* Saturday the 12. January announced Julian Castro, he makes up for election.
Julian Castro is the former mayor of San Antonio and was housing minister under president Barack Obama from 2014 to 2017. He has been mentioned as one of the Partys future political stars.
* The 37-year-old congressman for the Democrats Tulsi Gabbard announced the 11. January, that she intends to stand in next year's presidential election.
Krigsveteranen Tulsi Gabbard is the first hindu and the first amerikansksamoaner, who have been elected to Congress.
* The 44-year-old entrepreneur Andrew Yang started his campaign in the end of 2017.
The right of the unknown Yang has talked of introducing a form of basic income, and warns against the danger of automation can pose to american workers.
* a 55-year-old John Delaney volunteered already on the course in July 2017. Delaney has since 2013 been a member of the House of Representatives.
He will work to improve AMERICA's infrastructure, a new international tax reform and better conditions for migrants.
* The incumbent president, republican Donald Trump, searched already on-setup on its inauguration ceremonies. His campaign has so far collected over $ 100 million.
Trump has previously stated that he will present himself together with the current vice-president Mike Pence. Yet have no other republicans publicly expressed the desire to challenge the president.
* the News agency Reuters mentions several democrats, who may end up with to stand in next year's presidential election.
This applies, among others, senator Bernie Sanders, former vice president Joe Biden and former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Besides, senator Amy Klobuchar announced that she is going out with a "big announcement" on Sunday. Former congressman Beto O'rourke has said he will decide by the end of February.
In the spring of 2020, the primaries in the states of the united states, where the Democrats final presidential candidate to be found.
the Presidential election is scheduled for Tuesday the 3. november 2020.
Sources: USA Today, Washington Post, Reuters, AFP.read more Close