Pete Buttigieg has 4 town halls in Iowa today. These are his second two.
FORT MADISON, IA
ICYMI: My live report on Mayor @PeteButtigieg's campaign stop in Fort Madison, Iowa Sunday night. He spoke to a standing room only crowd as hundreds of supporters poured into the YMCA gym. @KHQA #WorkingForYou @PeteForAmerica pic.twitter.com/j61qoXo5S7— KHQA David Amelotti (@KHQADavid) December 30, 2019
Opening remarks in Fort Madison, Buttigieg says, "this community, this county, this area matters...It is time to change the balance of power in this country and make sure that every community, and every neighborhood in every county is represented in a better and brighter future." pic.twitter.com/AFIyzQJv5q— DJ Judd (@DJJudd) December 30, 2019
VIDEO CLIP: Pete talks about unions
LOCAL TV COVERAGE (with video from the event)
A young asked Buttigieg how she can trust big donors won’t have an outsized influence in his administration. Buttigieg said his campaign is “not interested in rejecting anyone” who supports his message of progressive change. Reiterating that $$$ will be needed to take on Trump. pic.twitter.com/GNzW5eQnVE— Priscilla Thompson (@PriscillaWT) December 29, 2019
.@PeteButtigieg in Ottumwa, Iowa, begins his town hall the same way he begins most Iowa events: On a message of unity, + the need for a president who can address range of problems, including hate crimes. “Those problems will be waiting on the desk of the new president.” #iacaucus pic.twitter.com/HcW9jnl6uu— Barbara Rodriguez (@bcrodriguez) December 29, 2019