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Indian-Americans attend Tulsi Gabbard’s Atlanta town hall meeting

Atlanta, GA, October 10, 2019: A group of Indian-Americans were at the Town Hall meeting with US Presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) at Atlanta Music Project on August 30.

In her address, Gabbard reminded the appreciative audience about the values of Dr Martin Luther King Jr. She said her campaign was about moving forward as there is so much at stake in America. “It is a movement by the people, for the people, and of the people,” she said.

Gabbard, a military combat veteran, said, “The cost of war is not only paid by military personnel and family, but everyone is paying the price when the tax dollars are being used for wars and not for healthcare, education and economy.”

She vowed to bring back the troops from Afghanistan where $4 billion per month  is being spent on military.

Her address was followed by an animated Q&A.

Dante Rameau CEO of Atlanta Music Project, earlier welcomed and introduced Gabbard.

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