Andrew Yang met with a crowd of about 50 at Groundswell Cafe in Cedar Rapids to tell them his presidential aspirations. He spoke for about 30 minutes, took questions, and talked with individuals and small groups of attendees. March 13th
Political Party Live! hosted Andrew Yang for a Q &A at the Yacht Club, an Iowa City watering hole. The packed-house crowd was mostly students at the University of Iowa and other young adults. March 18th
Silicon Prairie News does not endorse candidates for public office. However, it is rare that a person embodies the nexus of the two industrial areas for which SPN was created – people interested in technology and people interested in entrepreneurship.
Andrew Yang is at the Raygun store in Des Moines, IA, talking with voters about access to health care, the high cost of prescription drugs, and how they’ll be impacted by his signature policy plan of giving $1,000 a month to every American over 18. 9/21
On Sunday September 22nd 2019 Andrew Yang addressed high school students from the Des Moines area as well as a few select college students & faculty at Theodore Roosevelt High School. His address was followed by a Q&A session as well as time for selfies.
Andrew Yang sat down with editors of the Theodore Roosevelt High School Year Book & Newspaper for an intimate Q&A in the school’s library prior to addressing the student body in the auditorium as part of the Youth Voice Forum sponsored by the Des Moines Register. 9/22
On the 1st of November, on a rainy and very cold day when many other campaigns saw cancelled events, the Yang Gang stuck it out for an amazing event where many special guests including the band Weezer, opened for this monumental rally where Andrew’s wife Evelyn would make her first appearance on stage with Andrew. And afterwards we all marched a few blocks to Wells Fargo Arena for the Liberty and Justice event!
Entrepreneur and Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang opened two new campaign offices in Iowa. On Sunday, hundreds of supporters attended an event at the location in Des Moines. His campaign also opened a second office in Davenport.