NEXT TO DROP OUT? Kamala Harris Closes Campaign Offices Throughout New Hampshire

Kamala Harris has been struggling in recent weeks.

Her polling numbers have cratered and she even did an interview blaming her problems on sexism and racism.

Now there is a sign her campaign may have stalled out completely.

She is closing offices in New Hampshire.

Trending: Ivy League Professor Who Fled Communism Resigns, Saying Columbia University Is Becoming Communist

Politico reports:

Kamala Harris shutters offices throughout New Hampshire

Sen. Kamala Harris’ campaign has almost completely shuttered its New Hampshire campaign, with no visible activity at any of her offices in the state.

The campaign confirmed it is largely abandoning New Hampshire, keeping only a skeleton crew and canceling an upcoming visit. Harris also will not file in person to be on the ballot, a tradition that garners local media attention.

“The campaign has made a strategic decision to realign resources to go all-in on Iowa, resulting in office closures and staff realignments and reductions in New Hampshire,” said spokesman Nate Evans. “The campaign will continue to have a staff presence in New Hampshire but the focus is and will continue to be on Iowa.”

At her Portsmouth office, a large chalkboard could be seen through the window that reads, “105 days until Feb. 11.” That would have been Oct. 29, the day before Harris’ campaign announced it would lay off dozens of people and redeploy others to Iowa as she hemorrhaged cash. The office was checked four times throughout the day, and each time the doors were locked and lights were out.

She’s going all in on Iowa, huh?

That’s not a great sign for the future of her campaign.

Stay tuned.

You Might Like

 

Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, profanity, vulgarity, doxing, or discourteous behavior. If a comment is spam, instead of replying to it please hover over that comment, click the ∨ icon, and mark it as spam. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain fruitful conversation.