As the race for the 2020 presidential election heats up, it's become increasingly clear that we're all in for another doozy of a campaign season. And with a full year and eight months to go until Election Day, it's easy to understand why some of us aren't ready to fully embrace the madness of it all. Take, for example, this very relatable woman in Iowa, who briefly interrupted a campaign event hosted by Senator Kirsten Gillibrand not to engage with the candidate, but just to find some ranch dressing.
Gillibrand, who is among the 10 Democratic candidates who've thrown their hats into the ring so far, was addressing a crowd at the Airliner Bar in Iowa City, Iowa on Monday night, when a woman pushed her way into the center of the scrum, presumably to see and hear the senator better. However, as she needled her way through, she made it clear that was not at all her intent, and that she was simply "just trying to get some ranch" from the bar. The crowd erupted with laughter, because if there's anything that unites us all as Americans, it's our love for ranch dressing (and perhaps our aversion to politics this early in the election cycle).