Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) told an Iowa crowd Friday that she was "serious" about continuing to represent her state in the Senate — while slyly noting that the Hawkeye State "has gained notoriety for picking the country's presidents." The two-term Minnesota senator kicked off a two-day swing through Iowa Friday night with an appearance at the annual "Wing Ding" fundraiser benefiting local Democratic candidates, prompting speculation that she could be considering a 2016 presidential bid (The Hill). But Klobuchar insisted that she was primarily focused on representing her state in the Senate. "I'm serious about that," she said. "We haven't had anyone stay in the job, sometimes because of tragedy, sometimes because voters make a decision one way or the other but I really like my work in the Senate."