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Gearing up for 2020, Andrew Yang launches a national Humanity First Tour to bring his Universal Basic Income message to working Americans

Following the midterm election, Yang brings his message to working Americans in Detroit, Chicago, Henniker, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, and Iowa City.   New York, New York, October 17, 2018: 2020 Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang brings his message nationwide this November, speaking with working-class Americans at rallies in seven different cities across the country. This Humanity…

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By on October 19th, 2018 in Press Releases

Appearances at Cedar and Johnson County BBQs Drive Yang Campaign’s Growth

“Andrew Yang, who has also filed papers, has been around quite a bit and his message on universal basic income… that’s turning a lot of heads in rural Iowa.” “Potential 2020 candidates call on Iowa Democrats to create the wave that will change Washington,” mimicking Andrew’s message to Iowa voters. Read the coverage here and…

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By on October 15th, 2018 in Press

538’s Perry Bacon, Jr., Is Keeping His Eye on the Yang Campaign!

“I’m keeping my eye on a businessman named Andrew Yang, who has also officially declared his candidacy. He could run at least a semi-serious campaign for two reasons: He is making a universal basic income, a buzzy idea in left-wing circles, the center of his candidacy, so he is getting some media attention, and, yes, reporters like me are…

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By on October 11th, 2018 in Press

Andrew Tobias, Former Treasurer of the DNC, Reviews The War on Normal People

It’s a short review, but he calls for, “smart, thoughtful, empathetic, science-believing leaders.” We have just the candidate! Read the (very short) review here.

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By on October 10th, 2018 in Uncategorized

2020 Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang Visits High School in North Philadelphia to Discuss Entrepreneurship, Personal Finance, and Education

2020 Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang Visits High School in North Philadelphia to Discuss Entrepreneurship, Personal Finance, and Education Andrew visits the North Philadelphia school by invitation to address the student body, including those taking part in a unique entrepreneurship and financial literacy program Philadelphia; October 5, 2018: 2020 Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang (D) arrives in…

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By on October 8th, 2018 in Press Releases

Trump’s Fear

  Last week, heading into the Q3 reporting deadline, we received hundreds of donations and set a new high-water mark.  It’s amazing that our campaign is growing so quickly.  Please know that I appreciate every bit of support, particularly when someone donates. I am writing this from Des Moines, where I addressed 250 Democrats Friday night.  The speech I…

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By on October 7th, 2018 in Andrew

John Battelle (Wired, BoingBoing) Reviews Andrew’s Campaign

“I met Yang two weeks ago at Thrival, an event that NewCo helps to produce in Pittsburgh (the video of that event will be up soon, when it is, I’ll post a link here). For nearly an hour on stage at the Carnegie museum, I grilled Yang about his economic theories, his chances of actually becoming…

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By on October 3rd, 2018 in Press

Ford and Kavanaugh

Hello all and thank you for your support. I, like many of you, have been transfixed by the testimony and hearings of Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh. I was initially hesitant to weigh-in as I believe that we are, in general, paying too much attention to the drama in Washington.   But this has become the…

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By on September 29th, 2018 in Andrew

College Students in Iowa React to Andrew’s Message

“In his visit to Iowa City, he said engaging younger voters is another of his priorities. “Young people see they are being set up for a really tough road ahead, but I’m coming in and saying it’s not your imagination,” he said. “We, the older generation, have shafted you all, and I’m going to do…

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By on September 25th, 2018 in Press

On Andrew Yang’s Return to Iowa, The Gazette Takes Notice

“Yang, who is seeking the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, told about two dozen students that in the next 12 years a third of American workers will be at risk of losing their jobs to technologies like robots and artificial intelligence. And he warned them not to depend on Washington for a solution.” Press coverage of…

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By on September 24th, 2018 in Press