Former Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack’s nearly three-month-old presidential campaign is coming to an end.
Campaign sources confirm that Vilsack has decided to drop out of the race. Back in November, the day after the election, Vilsack filed documents to set up a campaign fund. On November 30th, Vilsack stood in his adopted hometown of Mount Pleasant to formally kick-off his campaign.
Vilsack has been campaigning extensively throughout the country, and appeared just this week in the state of Nevada at a forum for presidential candidates. But Vilsack was competing not only for time on the national political stage against some big name foes like Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, but he was finding it difficult to raise campaign cash.