SEATTLE - Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren's town hall has been moved to accommodate more people, her campaign said.
The event, which was previously going to be hosted at WaMu Theater, is now being held at the International Fountain at Seattle Center. Doors open at 12:15 p.m. and the event will begin at 2:15 p.m. Interested parties can register online here.
There are currently no other details about the format of the event.
The current Massachusetts senator has made headlines this year for her plans to break up large tech companies, end corruption in Washington and work on rebuilding the middle class.
Warren has held more than 100 town halls in her campaign so far.
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