Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush “Caucus 101” Videos to Iowa HS Students Unveiled

DES MOINES — Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate unveils two more presidential candidate videos submitted for the “Caucus 101” program. The videos come from Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, a former U.S. Secretary of State and First Lady, and Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush, a former Governor of Florida. They can be viewed at www.Caucus101.com/resources and on the Iowa Secretary of State’s YouTube page.

They are also available at these links:

Hillary Clinton: https://youtu.be/C-Hl3Zl-npg

Jeb Bush: https://youtu.be/uGvT8n-ZKYg

Other “Caucus 101” candidate videos previously released are below:

Mike Huckabee: https://youtu.be/IdwglDtsL40

Senator Rand Paul: https://youtu.be/TvP61iszL7E

Bernie Sanders: https://youtu.be/Sd4UD9Avj9w

Chris Christie: https://youtu.be/4Iv-4il08Wg

The Secretary of State’s Office requested videos from each presidential hopeful with the candidates tailoring their message specifically toward Iowa high school students. The videos will be posted on the “Caucus 101” website over the next two weeks.

“One of my main goals as Iowa’s Commissioner of Elections is to increase voter participation in the state. One way to accomplish is by getting young people interested in the process. That is why the “Caucus 101” curriculum is an important program that I hope students, teachers and civics groups across the state will utilize,” said Secretary of State Paul Pate.

“Caucus 101” is a curriculum developed by Secretary of State Paul Pate, designed for Iowa high school students. The course is aimed at involving students, parents and the community in civic engagement while educating them about Iowa’s unique role in the political process.

The curriculum, written by Iowa teachers for Iowa teachers, is available for anyone to use and can be downloaded at www.Caucus101.com. This non-partisan, seven-step course has the approval of the Iowa Democratic Party, the Republican Party of Iowa and the Iowa Council for the Social Studies.

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