DES MOINES, Iowa -- Hillary Clinton made her first stop in Iowa Wednesday since the February caucuses.
Clinton came to town with a focus on job creation. Before taking the stage at Lincoln High School, she highlighted one of the pillars of her jobs program with a visit to Raygun in the East Village.
Clinton says the shop, with 50 employees, is exactly the kind of small business success she wants to see duplicated across the country.
From there, Clinton headed to Lincoln High where she laid out her full vision. Along with a focus on helping small businesses grow, Clinton said she will focus on growing jobs in the clean energy sector.
She highlighted Iowa again as a leader in that area, which she wants the rest of the country to copy.
In addition, during her speech, a protester tried to storm the stage.
Political Director Dave Price was at the rally and joined the Channel 13 News at 4 with a detailed report.