Presidential candidate Senator Amy Klobuchar was campaigning in Concord, New Hampshire last week and sat down with Boston 25 News Anchor Kerry Kavanaugh for a new segment called "Coffee with Candidates."
Watch the full interview here:
The segment focuses on getting to know the candidate on a personal level. It’s a different perspective from what you might see on the debate stage or on a cable news talking head show. The Minnesota Senator shared lattes with Kavanaugh as they discussed what separates her from the dozens of candidates currently running for President.
Klobuchar talked about how she first entered politics not as a politician, but as a mother. She described how she was kicked out of her hospital 24 hours after a complicated pregnancy. She said that experience motivated her to fight for mother’s rights in Minnesota and advocated for one of the first laws in the country to guarantee mothers and their babies 48 hours in the hospital.
I’m really excited about launch of my new series ‘Coffee with Candidates’.— Kerry Kavanaugh (@KerryKavanaugh) October 22, 2019
We are doing one-on-one interviews with the candidates. But, we are giving them a chance to break from the stump speeches and debate stages and have an actual conversation. @boston25 @ 6, @amyklobuchar pic.twitter.com/lzcZSWBxES
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