Sé It looks like Minnesota is Ready For Some Change ': Elizabeth Warren Stumps in St. Helens. Paul - WCCO

Sé It looks like Minnesota is Ready For Some Change ': Elizabeth Warren Stumps in St. Helens. Paul - WCCO

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Thousands of people packed on Minnesota college campus Monday evening to listen to one of the best presidential candidates who speak.

Coláiste na hEil had a town hall. Elizabeth Warren at Macalester College in St. Paul's. The event was to be indoors, but the organizers say that the crowds forced them outside.

With a recent poll Warren is going out of Sen. Bernie Sanders ranks second among the Democrats, with former Vice President Joe Biden in charge.

“I took the work early and I got about 1:15 p.m. as I would like to be able to see it, and I hoped there would be a line, ”says Sarah Shapley-Melting, the resident of St Paul.

And her prospect was going on, as thousands came into the quad at Macalester for the first appearance of Massachusetts in Minnesota on the campaign trail.

See: Sen. Full Speech. Warren At Macalester College

“Minnesota appears to be ready to make some change in Washington,” said Warren.

Warren said that the crowd was so big that he could not ask him any questions, focusing on the issue he was asked about: Health care, climate change and immigration.

“I think climate change is my main issue so if I feel that if we don't start to settle the world, there is little that policy can help us, as well as immigration reform,” said Janice Sienna, Roseville resident.

Warren promised that his administration would not separate children from their families at the southern border. She also said that healthcare should be regarded as a fundamental human right.

“This is our goal – 100% coverage,” said Warren. “We want everyone covered at the lowest possible cost.” T

The energetic crowd went to hide late

“It was awesome, it was very lively,” said Warren, Nikki Villavicencio.

After Warren spoke, created a long line again, but this time the opportunity to selfie the Senator to take. Warren stayed at the event for more than two hours after taking an address to take photos.

“I like that I can say a lot of what she was saying,” said Warren, Brittani Wilson supporter. “I love having all these plans, I think that's amazing.” T

Warren will visit a nonprofit in Minneapolis on Tuesday which helps men who have a history of homeless people and their prisons to go on foot. She will then join a round table on criminal justice reform, before going to California on Wednesday for another town hall.


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