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With Democrats from Hillary Clinton to Nancy Pelosi now clearly rallying around the Vice President despite corroborated sexual assault allegations, Iowans are once again left wondering where Theresa Greenfield stands.

Reps. Cindy Axne and Abby Finkenauer have endorsed Biden for president. And now Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, who has endorsed Greenfield’s candidacy for U.S. Senate, just announced that she supports Biden despite the allegations of assault.

Greenfield’s opponents Eddie Mauro, Kimberly Graham, and Michael Franken have all expressed their support for Biden, but the last Iowans heard from Greenfield on the presidential race, she wouldn’t even commit to supporting the Democratic nominee for president. Instead, Greenfield dodged the question by saying, “I’ll let the American people and Iowans decide who’s going to be the next president.”

Now that the Senate Democratic primary is about a month away, Iowans deserve to know: Does Theresa Greenfield support Joe Biden for president?