Clinton, Iowa—Chris Dodd struggled to secure a commitment from one of the troops he’s counting on to keep him in the business of running for president—a firefighter in a bright yellow shirt.
Rod Livesay, an Iraq vet and Iowa firefighter, was among the legions of union members being called to perform a rescue operation—salvaging the Connecticut senator’s bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, in this Thursday’s Iowa caucuses. Livesay came out to support Dodd Tuesday.
Well, sort of.
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