Today, Hillary Rodham Clinton hosted the first Town Hall conversation of her presidential campaign. The even took place in Dover, New Hampshire, where she outlined her key points of her platform in a brief speech, then took questions from the audience. Clinton answered questions on a number of topics including the recent nuclear agreement with Iran, banning use of fossil fuels and fracking, telemarketers, and her plan to offer tax incentives to businesses that share their profits with employees. The event lasted about an hour and a half and can be watched in full on C-SPAN.
Clinton’s campaign is still in the beginning stages with major speeches outlining her platform continuing to take place. She is expected to begin hosting larger town hall events like the one held today in the coming months.
News Source: The Los Angeles Times
Video Source: C-SPAN