With only a few days left before the Iowa Caucus, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is getting some help from her famous allies.
Actress Jamie Lee Curtis arrived Sunday in the Hawkeye State for a two-day campaign to support the former secretary of state.
“Well, I call her command-her in chief,” Curtis says. “I want my commander, command-her in chief, to be able to make decisions, to be able to think, to be able to weigh options and to have a compassionate open heart and mind.”
The rally, held at a campaign office in Council Bluffs, aimed to mobilize supporters before the February 1 caucus.
Curtis is just one of many big names to come to the area and campaign for the presidential candidate. Others include her husband, former-President Bill Clinton who made an appearance Jan. 16.
But campaign leaders say her lesser-known supporters hold the real star power.
“We're volunteers canvasing Council Bluffs for Hillary with only eight days to go so we're going door-to-door,” Anthony Hughes says. “We love every aspect of it.”