DES MOINES, Iowa — Senator Elizabeth Warren made five stops around the State of Iowa this weekend, testing the waters for a 2020 presidential run. She was in Council Bluffs Friday night, in Sioux City, Storm Lake, and Des Moines Saturday, with a final stop in Ankeny, Sunday.
Warren spoke to a crowd of more than 600 people in Des Moines Saturday night, as part of her statewide visit to Iowa kicking off her 2020 presidential campaign.
Her speaking event was held at Curate, an event space located in the East Village. The building was filled to capacity, with an overflow crowd outside.
Speaking with a hoarse voice from a cold, Warren focused on were minimum wage and supporting working families. Warren’s speech lasted just under 20 minutes. For the remaining time, she answered questions from audience members.
The audience members asked Warren about affordable housing, corporate power, and preparing for the 2020 presidential debates.
Below are videos of her full speech and the complete question and answer portion of her event in four segments from WHO-TV Channel 13.
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