Elizabeth Warren brought her presidential campaign to Manchester on Saturday.
Warren held a town hall at West Delaware High School, with just over two hundred people attending.
Manchester resident Judy Haynes had the honor of introducing Warren at Saturday’s event. Haynes switched from the Republican party to the Democrat party a few years ago and has been a big supporter of Warren ever since for several reasons.
And Haynes says Warren did not disappoint on Saturday.
Warren took several questions from the audience, with Edgewood resident Art Johnson getting the opportunity to ask the first question.
And the country’s divisiveness has only escalated in recent days with the U.S.’s airstrike that killed top Iranian general Qasem Soleimani. The topic wasn’t asked during the question portion of Warren’s event in Manchester on Saturday, though the news media did ask her about it afterwards.
Johnson told KMCH he hasn’t yet made up his mind about which candidate he’ll be supporting, but he says he did come close to making a decision after Warren’s visit on Saturday.
Warren was the second presidential candidate to come to Manchester this past week, with former Vice President Joe Biden in town last Thursday.
photos courtesy of Janelle Tucker/KMCH