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Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

Democratic presidential candidate, Michael Bennet, was supposed to campaign in eastern Iowa this week.

But instead, the US Senator from Colorado decided to stay in Washington D.C. to vote on the North American trade deal and later, impeachment (see pdf below).

Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

As Iowa voters get ready to go to the caucuses, small business owners are looking for answers from democratic presidential candidates.

Donna Walley owns Aunt Hattie's Fanciful Emporium in LeClaire.

She decided to support Andrew Yang after researching candidates' plans to improve the economy.

Walley is concerned because online shopping has caused a dramatic change in retail across the country. "Amazon is killing us, absolutely killing us."

https://iowademocrats.org/2020-caucuses/ / Iowa Democratic Party

Iowa voters will caucus at 99 satellite locations around the world along with their regular precinct caucus sites. And they'll help select the party's presidential nominee beginning in February.

https://twitter.com/MichaelBennet/status/1201593496064450563 / Michael Bennet Campaign, Twitter

Democratic presidential candidate, Michael Bennet, shows no sign of getting tired of eating at Iowa diners. Herb Trix reports yesterday, the U.S. Senator from Colorado met with voters at Ross' Restaurant in Bettendorf after campaigning at Muscatine's Black Pearl Cafe and Jenny's Diner in Clinton.