I Marched for Tulsi Gabbard …Iowa Vlog Part 1

I went to Des Moines, Iowa this summer to participate as a volunteer for Tulsi Gabbard. I shot a bunch of clips and wanted to create something to show you guys what I was up to in Iowa. I’m not a very political person but of course being a long time supporter for Tulsi’s campaign I was eager and excited to show up to volunteer during the Fourth of July Parades, along with the other volunteers.

This is part 1 of a 2 part vlog.

I had alot of firsts on this trip. First time in the mid west. First time walking in a parade. And first time taking part in a campaign for presidency.

Although I am a part time volunteer (I am not paid) this experience made me realize how important it is to take even the smallest part of our countries democratic process. It is up to the us as Americans to decide who we feel is best to lead our country.

I have lot’s more to share on this experience. I do hope to just share a moment from my trip.

If you are interested in learning more about Tulsi you can visit her site


So how do you feel about politics yea or neh? Share below.

Hopefully I can get better at this video stuff lol but still hope you enjoy, will be working on part 2.

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