Hillary Clinton Makes First Official Stop in Iowa at Kirkwood Community College

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MONTICELLO, Iowa – Hillary Clinton held her first official campaign event as a 2016 presidential candidate in Iowa on Tuesday.

This will be Clinton’s second run for the White House, and this time she’s starting on a smaller scale.

Instead of a forming a big rally, she chose to have a small round table discussion at Kirk Wood Community College in Monticello.

Clinton praised the school for how it’s combining the education for traditional students with people who are returning to the classroom to continue their education.

She also discussed the theme of her presidential campaign.

"There is something wrong when American workers keep getting more productive as they have, and as I saw a few minutes ago, it’s very possible because of educational and skills training. But that productivity is not matched in their paychecks.”

On Wednesday, Clinton will be in Norwalk. She is scheduled to tour Capital City Fruit, where she’ll be speaking with members of the small business community.


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