Andrew Yang Outlines Education Policy With Voters On NPR's 'Off Script'
With the Iowa caucus only a couple months away, Democratic presidential candidates have a limited window to make their case to undecided voters.
To open that dialogue, NPR’s “Off Script” series puts a candidate and two undecided voters in a room to talk. In a restaurant in Manhattan, NPR Morning Edition host Noel King speaks with Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang and two voters on their most pressing questions on his platform.
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