| Jan. 5, 2019 - Sen. Elizabeth
Warren (D-MA) concluded the first day of a two-day trip to Iowa with an
organizing event at Curate in Des Moines. The line of people
waiting to get in extended far down the block and some people ended up
in an overflow room, although Warren spoke with them before the
event. Warren delivered a
clear message that she will stand up and fight for working
people, calling for "big, structural change." "Washington works
for the rich and the powerful and leaves everyone else
behind. This is corruption, plain and simple, and we need to call it
out," she declared [partial transcript].
a week ago on Dec. 31, and is seen one of the stronger
prospects in what is expected to be a
very large field of Democratic candidates. The Iowa precinct
caucuses are scheduled to take place more than a year from now on Feb.