Updated 1800 GMT (0200 HKT) August 03, 2020
US Sen. Amy Klobuchar ended her presidential bid on March 2, the day before the Super Tuesday contests.
Klobuchar's path to the nomination all but closed after she posted sixth-place finishes in Nevada and South Carolina, a sign that the Minnesota senator's surprising showing in New Hampshire would not be nearly enough to propel her toward the Democratic nomination.
Klobuchar, a three-term senator, announced her presidential bid at a snowy, freezing outdoor event in February 2019. She cast herself as the product of working-class roots who could win bipartisan support and help Democrats win back the Midwestern cities and towns that drifted toward Donald Trump in 2016.
"I don't have a political machine. I don't come from money," Klobuchar told the crowd. "But what I do have is this: I have grit."