Democratic Presidential Candidate Amy Klobuchar Campaigns In Iowa

KNOXVILLE, IOWA - FEBRUARY 17: U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) speaks to guests during a campaign stop at the Marion County Democrats soup luncheon at the Peace Tree Brewing Company on February 17, 2019 in Knoxville, Iowa. The stop was part of Klobuchar's first swing through the state since announcing she would be seeking the 2020 Democratic nomination for president. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

ATLANTA (CBS46) – Democratic Presidential Candidate Senator Amy Klobuchar will be in Atlanta Friday to meet with former President Jimmy Carter and Stacy Abrams.

Senator Klobuchar (D-Minn) was set to hold a roundtable discussion with local leaders and activists on voting rights during her time in Georgia Friday. None of the events with Klobuchar will be open to the media.

The Minnesota Senator rolled out her presidential campaign in the last few weeks and drew immediate mocking from President Donald Trump. Among the current field of Democrats, Klobuchar is considered more of a centrist than other candidates.

Klobuchar is already facing scrutiny for her treatment of staffers after reports emerged that she allegedly mistreated staffers during her time in the Senate. The Huffington Post reported that then-Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid spoke to Klobuchar privately about the claims of mistreatment.

Still, the Senator has drawn bipartisan praise throughout her career and could be a formidable general election candidate should she win the Democratic nomination.

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