Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy visits Marshalltown

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy visits Marshalltown

Leading 2024 Republican Presidential Candidate and BioTech Entrepuner Vivek Ramaswamy recently visited Marshalltown and talked about many things, including recent Trump’s removal from the Colorado presidential ballot with his supporters.

Let’s read the news and find out more.

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy visits Marshalltown

Since September, Vivek Ramaswamy is the only presidential contender to visit Marshalltown three times.

Ramaswamy claimed, “I want to lead this country without forgetting or leaving others behind. ” By making this statement, he affirmed that he believes in showing up at places where others don’t.

The majority of the Republican candidate’s time during his Wednesday night speech to a crowded Pizza Ranch was spent answering questions imposed from a range of supporters.

Also, Read “Vivek Ramaswamy Brings Out Former Rep. Steve King at Iowa Event.”

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy visits Marshalltown

The topics covered were how he would ensure a fair election, whether to shut down ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance), illegal migration, and border policies.

Ramaswamy also discussed the Colorado Supreme Court’s 2024 ruling that disqualified Donald Trump from the state’s primary ballot.

He stated, “I made a pledge that I would remove myself from the Colorado ballot as well. We should stand on principle, and I demanded every other Republican to do the same thing. We cannot see this assault on the way we conduct elections in the country.”

He added, “It’d be easier for me if Donald Trump were eliminated from this race, but that’s not how I want to win. I want to win because the people shall select who leads this country, and if that’s me, let it be me.”

Also, Read, NH man charged with threatening to kill Vivek Ramaswamy.”

“We’re standing up and ready to do it. But if it’s somebody else, let the system work the way it’s supposed to work. Not by having either tech companies or oligarchs in the back of palace halls or judges on elected judges in random states like Colorado, deciding who does and doesn’t run this country.”

“That is not America. That is not how we fought a revolution to secure in this country.”

Just after the court’s decision, Ramaswamy also decided to withdraw from the Colorado ballot. He also urged the other Republicans to take the same lead as him to stand for what is right.

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