More than 600 people piled into the Archie Griffin ballroom at The Ohio State University to hear from Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren as she rallied support for Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.Watch the full speech above.
“We find ourselves at a time in an election, where we decide which way we want to go,” Warren said in front of the energetic crowd primarily filled with students.
Warren talked about economic policy and the need for better equality in the United States.
“I cannot believe I have to say this in 2016! We believe in equal pay for equal work and a woman's right to take control over her on body,” Warren said. “We believe racism, injustice and bigotry have no place in our country.”
Warren encouraged the crowd to register to vote and volunteer for both campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Ted Strickland, who introduced her at the event.
About half way into her speech, Warren turned her attention to Republican Presidential candidate, Donald Trump.