Bill Clinton assailed Sanders as hypocritical and “hermetically sealed”; Madeleine Albright scorned young women who are supporting the Vermont senator; and Gloria Steinem said young women are backing Sanders because “the boys are with Bernie.”
After a rebellious teenage dive into liberal politics, Julia Barnes now bucks the conventional wisdom about her candidate’s rise in the Granite State.
News Release — Bernie 2016 February 5, 2016 Contact: Michael Briggs (802) 233-8653 MANCHESTER, N.H. – U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders Friday picked up the endorsement of former NAACP President and CEO Ben Jealous. “Bernie Sanders has been principled, courageous and consistent in fighting the evils that Dr. King referred to as the ‘giant triplets’ of […]
News Release — Bernie 2016 February 5, 2016 Contact: Michael Briggs (802) 233-8653 EXETER, N.H. – On a postcard-perfect snowy Friday in New Hampshire, Bernie Sanders brought his presidential campaign to a historic town hall here and challenged Hillary Clinton to back a plan to strengthen Social Security and to reject any cuts to Social […]
Whatever Hillary Clinton may lack, name recognition is not it. She is one of the best known people in the entire world, far better known than Bernie Sanders was a few months ago, even in New Hampshire.
A few days before Tuesday’s first-in-the-nation Granite State primary, the Vermont U.S. senator and Democratic presidential candidate hits “Saturday Night Live” and three Sunday news shows.
The Vermont senator has scheduled far fewer events in New Hampshire so far than during his final frantic push in Iowa, perhaps a sign of confidence.
“I was ignored along with Bernie,” says Harry Jaffe, author of one of several new books about the Vermont U.S. senator and Democratic presidential candidate. “And then Iowa changed everything.”
News Release — Bernie 2016 February 3, 2016 Contact: Michael Briggs (802) 233-8653 CONCORD, N.H. – As the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact was signed by the United States and 11 other countries, Bernie Sanders promised to “fundamentally rewrite our trade policies to benefit working families, not just the CEOs of large, multinational corporations.” Sanders has […]
The presidential candidate who isn’t a Vermonter touts the support of “two former governors, the current governor, the current other senator” and others from the Green Mountain State.
Sanders questioned Clinton’s progressive credentials early and often. The former secretary of state said Sanders attacked her with “an artful smear.”
The political world finds it harder to keep calling the Sanders campaign a joke.
Sanders told CNN’s Anderson Cooper: “I do not know any progressive who has a Super PAC and takes $15 million from Wall Street. That’s just not progressive.”