1. Various of Mayor Bill de Blasio touring ethanol facility
2. Various exteriors of ethanol facility
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Mayor Bill de Blasio, (D) Former Presidential Candidate:
"I mean, this is really, really exciting. Governor, just want to give you a chance to weigh-in."
4. Tom Vilsack, Former Secretary of Agriculture, UPSOUND (English): "We're happy to have the mayor here. Very appreciate the fact that his first visit is to a rural community and an ethanol facility."
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Mayor Bill de Blasio, (D) Presidential Candidate/ (D) New York:
"What we've got to do is get away from fossil fuels - that's the bottom line. We need fossil fuels to be a part of our future."
Churdan, Iowa - 17 May 2019
6. Various of de Blasio meeting with Greene County small family farmers
Independence, Iowa - 4 July 2019
7. Former Democratic presidential candidate New York Mayor Bill de Blasio walking in the Independence Fourth of July parade
Miami — 26 June 2019
8. STILL image of De Blasio on stage during
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Mayor Bill DeBlasio, (D) Former Presidential Candidate:
"I'm going to go up there every time and say, 'This party better get it right, we better stand for something.' And I don't care if there's moderates on the stage. God bless the moderates. That's not the point. We're going to lose again if we don't stand for something. People used to have not a doubt in their mind – for decades – that Democrats were the party of working people."
10. STILL image of Democratic presidential candidates on stage
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio ended his campaign for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination Friday after struggling to gain traction in a sprawling field of candidates.
De Blasio joins New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Washington Sen. Jay Inslee, Massachusetts Rep. Seth Moulton, former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and California Rep. Eric Swallwell, who have all left the Democratic primary race.
De Blasio launched his bid in May but his campaign largely failed to take off.
He never achieved higher than 1% in a national poll and was ridiculed in the media.
He qualified for the first two rounds of debates but failed to make the September debate stage and appeared unlikely to qualify for the October debates.
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