At the end of her four-day tour through Iowa, 2016 presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina stopped in counties surrounding the Quad Cities area.
On Saturday, July 25, 2015, Fiorina planned to stop at a coffee shop in Newton, an event for Rep. Ross Paustian in Walcott, a cafe in Muscatine, and the Lee County Republican Party Event in Fort Madison.
While in Muscatine, Fiorina talked about her belief that the United States is at a pivotal point. She said human potential is the only limitless resource available to Americans, but said too many people are being stifled by power, complexity, cost, and corruption.
Fiorina expressed the need for a president who understands the economy. She said she would repeal Obamacare, roll back EPA regulations, and simplify taxes.
"[Whether or not you're ready to caucus for me or you're ready to support me, in your heart of hearts every single one of you know you would love to see me debate Hillary Clinton," Fiorina said.
That comment generated some laughter and applause from the crowd.