Ben Carson Reaches Out to Iowa Voters at Des Moines Farmers Market

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DES MOINES, Iowa – Presidential candidate Ben Carson was at the Farmers Market on Saturday and reached out to Iowa voters.

“I’ve seen a lot of wonderful activity, a lot of families here, Carson said Saturday. Families are the foundation of America. This is beautiful, I just love it.”

Carson didn't give a speech on stage, but talked with people one-on-one.

He says he likes to tour in Iowa, adding that said people get to meet the real candidates, not what is just shown in the media.

Carson explained why he’s not worrying about the upcoming debate, with 17 Republican candidates vying for 10 spots.

“I think life prepares you for that,” Carson said Saturday. “I'm not going to fill my head with advice from everybody who thinks they know how to win. Rather, I’m just going to speak from the experience and true beliefs that I have.”


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