Andrew Yang was missing from the seventh Democratic primary debate, however, he was trending worldwide while most candidates on the debate stage stole his talking points.
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The fact that recently South Bay legislator Assemblyman Evan Low joined Andrew Yang’s presidential campaign as a national co-chair shows that the campaign is growing and growing all the time, especially if we consider that that popular people like Dave Chappelle are joining very frequently recently.
“Andrew Yang has proposed the most innovative solutions to the toughest problems facing our nation,” Low said in a statement. “He inspires a brave, bold new vision for our country. His tenacious presidential campaign performance proves he is the candidate we need to make the current occupant in the White House a one-term president.”, sanjosespotlight.com reported.
“Unlike Bloomberg, Yang and his supporters are well known for their online presence, with Yang using Twitter to choose candidates to pilot the universal basic income proposal that’s at the heart of his campaign, and his supporters creating the sort of viral memes the Bloomberg campaign appeared to be trying to generate.
Yang didn’t just rely on his unparalleled online support; he held a rally at Drake University — the site of the debate — on Monday ahead of the event, and Tuesday promoted a volunteer initiative that was dubbed Yang National Visibility Day by his supporters as they headed out to knock on doors.
He also rolled out a very Andrew Yang endorsement on Tuesday morning: the comedian Dave Chappelle, who will perform in South Carolina to benefit the campaign later in the month. In December, Yang picked up support from another comedian: Donald Glover, who is also an actor, a Grammy-award winning rapper, and, most recently, a Yang 2020 “creative consultant.””, vox.com report mentioned.