Speaking with voters in Iowa and Nevada this week, it’s clear that people are hungry for a vision that unites, not divides us. In Iowa, I spoke with families concerned about healthcare and the economy. In Nevada, I talked with students who wanted to know what they could do to combat climate change, and workers who understand the importance of trade schools that teach 21st century job skills.
Our country is hungry for an America that works for all people, not special interests. That’s why I believe in Medicare for all, a minimum-wage increase, universal prekindergarten, and a tax system that rewards hard work over corporations.