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Sun Oct 18, 2020, 06:52 AM

5. Warren was just there Saturday in Milwaukee and Madison



‘Wisconsin is right at the heart of America’: Sen. Elizabeth Warren campaigns for Joe Biden in Madison, Milwaukee

Posted: October 17, 2020 8:22 PM
by Gabriella Bachara

MADISON, Wis.– Both campaigns hosted rallies in Wisconsin on Saturday, but with very different styles. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren hosted a drive-in ‘Get Out The Vote’ rally, where people stayed in their cars and listened to her message through the radio. “Wisconsin is right at the heart of America, and making the case to Wisconsin is making the case to people all across this nation,” Warren said.

Warren covered several major issues, including healthcare, equality and COVID-19, a topic close to home as Wisconsin faces record breaking case numbers. Warren said Biden has a plan that would turn those numbers around. “The difference between Joe Biden and Donald Trump on COVID couldn’t be clearer,” Warren said.

Attendee Brandon Hartman said that’s represented by the rallies hosted by each of the campaigns today. “This is much safer because we are in our cars, we aren’t face to face,” Hartman said. Despite staying in cars, voters are still energized by Warren.

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Wisconsin Senator Tammy Baldwin and Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin Mandela Barnes joined Warren at the rally.

https://www.channel3000.com/wisconsin-is-right-at-the-heart-of-america-sen-elizabeth-warren-campaigns-for-joe-biden-in-madison-milwaukee/


If the media there isn't covering it, that's because the appearances apparently aren't FREAK SHOW entertainment that the media seems to prefer like.

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