It was a snowy weekend in Des Moines and the Asian & Latino Coalition had just hosted California Sen. Kamala Harris at the state Capitol on Saturday before turning around to hold an event the next day for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Though the Iowa caucuses are nearly a year away, politicians eyeing the White House have been swarming the state for months — and nearly all of them have met with the Asian & Latino Coalition in some capacity.

It's a pace the group worries may not be sustainable through Caucus Day.

"We’ve got to handle this differently," said Mitch Henry, the group's communications director and co-founder. "I mean, it’s OK if you have five and 10 candidates, but when you’re approaching 20 — we don’t have the people power, the resources to continually do this week in and week out. We just can’t."