Western Iowa stopped Vivek Ramaswamy, the Presidential candidate, who was supposed to talk to the voters during his campaign on Thursday. The Lowa Republican Party had organized an interview-type event with candidate Vivek Ramaswamy at the Hilton Garden Inn on the mid-America Drive, which was supposed to begin at 5 pm.
Only a few people were present during the event’s starting time, so the time was pushed back by an hour. However, when Ramaswamy took the stage at around 6.40 pm, more people had gathered in the seats.
Jeff Kaufmann, the Iowa GOP chairman, led the event with various questions and answers with Vivek Ramaswamy. At the last debate, he criticized the leadership of the Republican National Committee for facing recent election losses. Also, he criticized the committee for asking the party’s chairwoman to step down. However, at the event, Ramaswamy stressed the importance of the caucuses.
Ramaswamy said it is very close to the game time in Iowa, and there are only 60 days left for the decision. He added that there must be a leader who can step up to win the war, and you can’t beat the battle unless you know you are at the top.
An Iowa University poll stated a significant rise in support for Vivek Ramaswamy, increasing from five percent to six percent. Vivek Ramaswamy will also be there to attend the Family ThanksGiving Friday’s conservative forum along with other leaders like Ron DeSantis and former US ambassador Nikki Haley.