Hillary Clinton, Sanders’ chief Democratic rival, reported more than $30 million on hand in the campaign’s most recent federal filing, while Sanders had a fraction of that.
Lacking entirely was any mention of Hillary Clinton, the all-but-official standard-bearer for her party in this general election.
Not just the Vermont presidential candidate but also his wife are facing harsh national headlines.
In Oregon, Sanders beat Clinton 54.5 percent to 46.3 percent. The numbers were much closer in Kentucky, where Clinton edged out the democratic socialist 46.8 percent to 45.5 percent.
All of the issues staffers pointed to with the campaign could be traced back to the early assumption on the inside that it would be a rather short-lived, message-oriented venture.
While some of the uncompromising anti-Clinton (or anti-Trump) voters mention some legitimate political reasons, as many talk about what their vote would mean to them, to their perception of themselves as a certain kind of person with certain values and connections.
“Don’t let anybody tell you this campaign is over,” the Vermont presidential candidate tells supporters — and a candy-craving Stephen Colbert.
Federal regulators cited eight violations and said the campaign has failed to provide necessary details regarding a number of campaign expenditures.
West Virginia was a contest that — while light on delegates — demonstrated that Sanders’ candidacy continues to resonate with large numbers of mostly white, working class voters.
The Vermont presidential candidate may face what he has described as an uphill fight, but his pop-culture popularity can be seen everywhere from People magazine to the prom.
News Release — Sen. Bernie Sanders May 4, 2016 Contact: Dan McLean (802) 862-0697 BURLINGTON, Vt., May 4 – U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders today announced the Department of Health and Human Services awarded $5.5 million to six community health centers in Vermont. The health centers will use this new federal funding to renovate facilities, increase […]
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News Release — Sen. Bernie Sanders May 4, 2016 Contact: Dan McLean (802) 862-0697 Praises First-Ever Funding of National Housing Trust Fund BURLINGTON, Vt., May 4 – U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders today announced Vermont will receive $3 million from the National Housing Trust Fund. The funds are part of $174 million that is being dispersed […]