Des Moines Register:
Hillary Clinton returned to the Quad Cities area Monday, celebrating Labor Day by pledging a national economy that works for all Americans, not just those at the top.Watch the full speech above (Hillary begins at around the 7-minute mark).
The Democratic presidential nominee promised a rebirth of the nation's manufacturing sector. She also called for creating more jobs by building more roads and bridges, reconstructing the country's electrical grid, developing solar energy and expanding broadband.
"What we have to do in the next 63 days is present the vision of America that we believe in," Clinton said.
Clinton spoke at the 49th Annual Salute to Labor Chicken Fry, traditionally one of the largest Labor Day events in the Midwest, The picnic was attended by more than 3,000 people along the Mississippi River at Illiniwek Park, which is near Davenport and Bettendorf. Many Iowa union members and Clinton supporters attended, including U.S. Rep. Dave Loebsack, D-Iowa City.
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