Clinton returns to Iowa to help rally caucus volunteers
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- Hillary Rodham Clinton is returning to Iowa to help ramp up her campaign's volunteer network. It's a state where she struggled to build an effective ground game during her first White House run in 2008.
Clinton will meet with volunteers and campaign organizers in Mason City on Monday afternoon. The event is being hosted by a couple who backed President Barack Obama when he defeated Clinton in the 2008 Iowa caucuses.
While Clinton's path to victory in Iowa seems easier this time around, her campaign is eager to show she's not taking the state for granted.
The campaign has hired 21 caucus organizers and six regional field directors who are seeking commitments from voters to caucus for Clinton early next year.