RELEASE from Hillary Clinton for President
October 3, 2007
Iowans for Hillary Campaign September Update
Iowans for Hillary displayed the strength and depth of our organization
throughout September. During the last month, over 18,000 Iowans saw Senator
Clinton in-person. Senator Clinton rolled out her American Health Choices
Plan in Des Moines to cover the 271,000 Iowans without health insurance.
Iowans for Hillary canvassed in 83 of Iowa’s 99 counties and 11 surrogates
visited 41 counties on behalf of Iowans for Hillary. Senator Clinton continues
to gain momentum in Iowa as we enter October. Below is our “By the Numbers”
Iowans for Hillary “By the Numbers” September Update
271,000: Number of uninsured Iowans who would be covered by Senator Clinton’s
Americans Health Choices Plan.
44,000: Uninsured children in Iowa who would be covered by Senator Clinton’s
American Health Choices Plan.
18,000+: Number of Iowans who saw Senator Clinton in September.
4,897: “Hillary for President: Holler for Change” mega phones filled with
popcorn distributed at the Harkin Steak Fry.
271: Health Care Professionals for Senator Clinton.
125: Events attended by surrogates on behalf of Iowans for Hillary during
83: Number of counties canvassed by Iowans for Hillary during September.
41: Number of counties visited by Senator Clinton surrogates in September.
21: Number of Iowans for Hillary offices open.
15: Number of people on Senator Clinton’s Iowa Health Care Professional
11: Number of surrogates who campaigned in Iowa on behalf of Senator Clinton
8: Number of Club44 debate watch parties hosted by Iowans for Hillary.
5: Number of cities former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright visited
during her Restoring America’s Leadership tour in Iowa on behalf of Senator
3: Number of new labor unions who endorsed Senator Clinton in September
(Transportation Communications Union – TCU, National Association of Letter
Carriers – NALC, and International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craft
Workers – BAC).
0: Number of Iowans who would be uninsured under Senator Clinton’s American
Health Choices Plan, which was revealed in Des Moines during September.