People might not have paid much attention to Elizabeth Warren’s campaign messages during her weekend tour as her dog, Bailey, stole the show.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) speaks at a campaign rally at the University of Iowa on February 10, 2019 in Iowa City, Iowa. Warren is making her first three campaign stops in the state…

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren continued her campaign for the 2020 Democratic nomination with a tour of locations in South Carolina, Nevada, Kansas and Georgia over the weekend

But Instagram is going barking mad over a video the Democrat Senator posted of her Golden Retriever, Bailey, on tour with her during her visit to the town of Lawrence, Massachusetts

As supporters gathered to hear her speech at her campaign rally, they greeted Bailey enthusiastically, and the Senator’s video of her pooch scored thousands of views on Instagram

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 Many of the social media site’s users reacted with joy to the video

One account said: ‘I will literally intern for you just to see Bailey.’ 

Another said: ‘He is super cute.’ 

One Instagram account commented: ‘You already have my vote but Bailey is icing on the cake he is so cute!’ 

Ms Warren also held a rally in Las Vegas, Nevada and one in Greenville, South Carolina. She visited Dover, New Hampshire, Cedar Rapids, Iowa City and Daveport, too

During her rallies, Elizabeth Warren claimed that the Washington government ‘worked for the rich and powerful’ and pledged to rebuild America’s middle class. 

The Massachusetts Senator launched an exploratory committee for her presidential bid earlier this year. She toured Iowa for three days in January to begin her campaign

Most national polls and election forecasts see Warren among the top five contenders for the Democratic nomination, although she has tough competition in former Vice President Joe Biden (probably), Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont and former House Representative Beto O’Rourke of Texas. The current front-runner, however, is Kamala Harris, the current junior Senator for California.