On Tuesday, Hillary Rodham Clinton held a rally at Boulder Theater in Boudler, Colorado where she largely focused on domestic policy issues. After being joined on stage by Senator Mark Udall, she outlined a number of important points to her platform including: renewable energy, gun control, and whether the United States should accept Syrian refugees. A video from Clinton’s speech in Boulder is below.
Clinton then traveled to Denver where she held another rally at Manual High School. In a speech similar to the one in Boudler, her message was, again, focused on domestic policies. In particular she highlighted gender inequality and equal pay saying, “If standing up for equal pay for equal work is dealing the gender card, then deal me in.” A video from the Denver rally will be posted when/if available.
While in Colorado, Clinton attended a private fundraiser hosted by Jennifer and Mo Siegel. As with all private events, the fundraiser was closed to the press.
Clinton is taking a break from campaigning for Thanksgiving, and her next scheduled event is in Boston on Sunday, Novebember 29. For all the latest, follow our Scheduled Events page and follow Clinton on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.