Clinton speaks to rouse a Minnesota vote
The Pioneer Press reported that over 3,800 people attended a rally and speech held by presidetial candidate Hillary Clinton on Sunday at Augsburh College.
Clinton made a 38-minute speech to her audience explaining what she intends to do for America if elected president, focusing on the facts and ideas rather than the more emotionally charged speeches made by Democra Barack Obama and Republican Mit Romney on Saturday.
"I want you to understand completely what it is I will try to accomplish as you president," said Clinton to her audience.
She spoke about her intended health care plan, which will make health care affordable to every citizen of the United States, as well as speaking about her foreign policy and how she intends t bring troops home quickly and safely from Iraq. She also touched on her enery policies, covering her desire to invest the nation in renewable energy sources and giving credit o Minnesota for its own policies on getting to 20 percent renewable energy sources by the year 2020.
While it was also noted in the Pioneer Press that the audience at Clinton's raly was significantly less than the 20,000 people who showed up to listen to Obama at the Target Center on Saturday, it was noted that the majority of the attendees openly stated themselves to be adamant supporters of Clinton.