SIOUX CITY (KTIV) -- Iowa Democratic Senate Candidate Theresa Greenfield Monday was in Siouxland, visiting three locations to speak with business owners and local farmers.
Her first stop was at Hardline Coffee in downtown Sioux City. The owner told Greenfield about the cafe's history, and what she would personally like Greenfield to work on, if elected.
Following a tour of the coffee shop, Greenfield talked about her plans for District Four and other areas in Iowa.
Greenfield's second stop in Sioux City was at Continue Care Home Infusion, where she was taken on a tour to see how they, as a small business, supply medical supplies and equipment to patients.
Greenfield told the owners, one of her biggest plans for Iowa has to do with healthcare and ensuring places like Continue Care are able to get the resources they need to continue conducting business.
Her last stop was at a farm in Correctionville, Iowa. After the owners showed Greenfield their livestock they discussed their hopes for the future of rural farming in Iowa.
Greenfield said all three stops today were made as a part of her "Back On Our Feet" proposal which focuses on helping expand opportunities for Iowans.
"I believe we need another round of expanded unemployment benefits, direct payments. We need emergency standards for every worker and business to open safely and work safely and do their part to minimize the spread of the virus," said Greenfield.
Greenfield's visit to Siouxland was followed by a tele-town hall meeting where she answered questions from voters in western Iowa.