Andrew Yang’s Campaign Draws Crowds In South Carolina Low Country
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Just received this press release from the yang2020.com, below, in italics:
YANG CAMPAIGN DRAWS CROWDS IN SOUTH CAROLINA LOWCOUNTRY
HILTON HEAD, S.C. — Yesterday, the Yang2020 campaign made its third trip to South Carolina, spending the day meeting with community leaders and voters across Beaufort County.
The visit included two meet and greets hosted by the South of the Broad and Sun City Democratic Clubs, and a town hall hosted by the North of the Broad Democratic Club in Beaufort.
Yang packed the house at the town hall, relocating the event outside.
At the town hall, Yang answered questions from attendees regarding his proposed Freedom Dividend, making Tax Day a federal holiday, the federal budget for space exploration, and improving the country’s infrastructure.
Noting the adverse effects of climate change on the Lowcountry, Yang provided more details regarding his plan to advance American infrastructure, telling the crowd, “Infrastructure pays for itself over time, and one of my goals is to take a significant portion of the military defense budget and move it towards infrastructure. It would produce much more economic value, and we need to start trying to prepare for the worst effects of climate change which will require massive infrastructure spending.”
During the day-long trip, he also participated in an informative tour of the Hopeful Horizons center for women and children and met with Bluffton Mayor Lisa Sulka, Councilman Fred Hamilton, members of the Beaufort County Black Chamber of Commerce, and local entrepreneurs.
In addition, Yang dropped by a community Jazzercise class hosted at the Black Chamber of Commerce.
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