Chelsea Clinton stops in Dubuque, urges voters to vote early
DUBUQUE – As the presidential election is still in full swing, people continue to vouch for their preferred candidate.
Chelsea Clinton did just that on Wednesday, October 5 when she stopped at University of Dubuque to make the case for her mom.
She spoke briefly before taking questions from the crowd.
She defended her mom’s record on helping children, getting funding for the Veteran’s Association and working with Republicans to pass laws.
The main message of the event was to get out and vote early.
She said, “We don’t want anyone to sit out and stay home, we want everyone registered to participate and hopefully, ‘I will vote,’ won’t only be true in this election but going forward.”
About 200 people attended the event.