Running for president isn’t easy, but Sen. Kamala Harris is trying everything she can so she can keep doing it. The California congresswoman is “hemorrhaging cash” and “dramatically restructuring her campaign” in an attempt to save it, reported Politico.
The restructuring includes laying off staff, renegotiating contracts and slashing salaries, including that of her campaign manager Juan Rodriquez, which was reportedly a little over $10,000 per month.
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Moving forward, Harris’ campaign strategy is to redirect all financial resources to prepare for the upcoming Iowa Caucus. However, since she is trailing in the polls, experts are not sure if she will be able to make up the difference to remain competitive against opponents like Sen. Bernie Sanders, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
Despite the challenges, Harris made a strong impressions at the Iowa Liberty and Justice Celebration, reported the Washington Post.
“To win, we’re going to have to fight for what I know in my heart and in my soul to be true — which is in the beauty and diversity of who we are as a nation, we all have so much more in common than what separates us,” she declared. “And to win, we are going to need a nominee on that stage with Donald Trump who has the ability to go toe to toe with Donald Trump — and Iowa, you are looking at her,” Harris told the crowd.
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Some have said Harris needs to cut her losses and drop out, but others believe she still has a chance.