Ben and Jerry embark on tour through Iowa for Bernie Sanders

Ben and Jerry’s co founders Ben Cohn and Jerry Greenfield will commence a tour through Iowa on Monday, campaigning for Bernie Sanders ahead of the state’s caucuses.

The pair will hold a series of conversations over ice cream, in what is being dubbed the Route 34 Ben and Jerry Tour.

The tour will begin in Red Oak at the Restored Burlington Northern Depot and WWII Memorial Museum from 4pm on Monday. Later in the evening, Ben and Jerry will travel to Clarina for an event at the Lied Recreation Center.

On Tuesday, the duo will commence their day at Southwestern Community College in Creston, before travelling to Ottumwa in the afternoon.

Filmmaker and national surrogate Michael Moore will join Ben and Jerry in Ottumwa for a union meet and greet at the UFCW Local 230.

The ice cream entrepreneurs will finish their day in Fairfield at Phoenix Rising Hall.

All events are open to the public. The campaign encourages attendees to RSVP online.

A Sienna College poll released Saturday shows Bernie Sanders leading the field in Iowa, seven points ahead of rival Joe Biden. The Iowa caucuses will be held on Monday, 3 February.

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