Elizabeth Warren Town Halls & Forums
Elizabeth Warren speaking with supporters at a town hall in Las Vegas, Nevada.By: Gage Skidmore
Jun 05 2019
Fort Wayne, IN
Mar 18 2019
Elizabeth Warren held a town hall meeting in Grinnell, Iowa less than 100 days before the first-in-the-nation Presidential caucus is held in early 2020. Warren fielded questions from the audience on a range of issues important to her campaign with a focus on her recently unveiled Medicare for All proposal.
Elizabeth Warren a town hall at an Expo Center blocks away from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, California in front of a raucous crowd who came to hear her speak. Warren touched on subjects she has staked her campaign on, eliciting chants of "2 cents!" by the crowd, in reference to her plan to tax the ultra-wealthy an extra two percent on every dollar over $50 million, which would amount to two cents per dollar. She also torched big corporations who, in her view, have taken over the political system to the detriment of the common person.
Elizabeth Warren participated in a forum hosted by the Native American group "Four Directions" where she spoke on a range of issues important to the Native American community. Warren also used the opportunity to deliver her most forceful apology to the Native American community over her botched roll out of a DNA test purportedly showing she had a small amount of Native American DNA in her bloodline. Warren offered no excuse and instead apologized "for the harm I have caused. I have listened and I have learned a lot, and I am grateful for the many conversations that we’ve had together.”
Elizabeth Warren participated in the AFSCME 2020 Public Service forum, along with 18 other Democratic candidates. Each candidate was given a short opportunity to speak to those in attendance about their plans to strengthen unions after years of decline in membership brought about by a variety of factors.
The League of United Latin American Citizens hosted a town hall that featured four Democrats vying for the 2020 Presidential nomination. The four candidates were Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, former U.S. Housing Secretary Julian Castro and former Texas Rep. Beto O' Rourke.
Massachusetts Senator and 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren returned to her home town of Houston, Texas to speak at a town hall hosted at the University of Houston, her alma mater. She discussed her campaign, income inequality and her plans to fix the education system and student loan programs.
Massachusetts Senator and 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren joined MSNBC's Chris Hayes on the program 'All In With Chris Hayes' for a hosted town hall discussion about her campaign in Fort Wayne, Indidana. Elizabeth Warren answered questions from Hayes and the audience about how she plans to take on Donald Trump in swing states in the general election and she spoke about her plans to change the country as a whole if elected.
Massachusetts Senator and 2020 Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren spoke at a town hall event held at Focus Hope in Detroit, Michigan. Senator Warren took several questions from the audience and spent much of the discussion focusing on her plans to build up the middle class and how best to help the ailing economy in general.
Massachusetts Senator and 2020 Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren spoke at a CNN sponsored town hall meeting in Manchester, New Hamsphire. Warren took questions from the moderator Anderson Cooper as well as the audience. In this meet-up she also laid out her case for impeaching Donald Trump.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a 2020 Presidential Candidate dove into her legislative and regulatory proposals at a CNN town hall in Jackson, Mississippi. She took questions from voters and declared for the first time that she would support replacing the Electoral College with the popular vote. She hit on many issues, everything from the future of health care, to how she would break up tech giants like Facebook and Amazon.