The Hawaii congresswoman has focused much of her attention on New Hampshire despite an early push in the Hawkeye State.
The cable news network announced a series of town halls for eight 2020 Democrats before the state’s Feb. 11 primary, but the Hawaii congresswoman says she wasn’t invited.
The Hawaii congresswoman and former secretary of state were involved in a high-profile spat in which Clinton called Gabbard a “favorite of the Russians.”
The state senator from Hawaii has yet to draw a big name opponent in the race to replace U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard.
Hawaii’s two representatives, both Democrats, were concerned about Trump’s decision to kill a top Iranian official without congressional approval.
The Hawaii congresswoman is poised to miss the debate stage for the second time in two months due mostly to her low poll numbers.
All four members have expressed concern about the Trump administration’s stance with Iran, which has escalated tensions within the region.
But the Hawaii congresswoman still isn’t close to the amounts being raised by frontrunners in the 2020 presidential race.