For 127 days we have published facts about Steve King and why he isn’t the right choice for Iowa. But don’t take our word for it, here – according to the Sioux City Journal - is what the reaction was when Christie stopped by Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church last night for dinner:
Paul Bindner, of Le Mars, said it was a nice surprise to see her at the church. He said he doesn’t always vote Democrat but cast his ballot for Vilsack because he was tired of King’s politics.
“I think she’d be good in Congress and a good representative. You’ve got to vote for the people, not the party,” he said.
Polls show King and Vilsack in a dead heat, which Gus Scgos, of Sioux City, said made him nervous.
“I would like to see her win, but I don’t know if that will happen. I believe she is a nice person and I like strong people, honest people,” said Scgos.
When George Klimiades, of Whiting, Iowa, shook hands with the candidate, he wished her good luck.
“I haven’t voted yet. I will vote on Tuesday, though, and I’m going to vote for her. I think it would be good for the district to have a change and a new perspective in office,” Klimiades said.
There’s only one day left, but Christie Vilsack has the momentum and the support to win.