PolitFact rounded up 11 quotes from various points in Sanders’ career about his own party identification and what he thinks of the Democratic Party.
Warren’s exit could allow Sanders to pick up more progressive supporters. But some question whether her voters will migrate to the Vermont senator.
Sanders must do something never asked of him before. He has to embrace moderate voters — whether he emerges as the candidate or Joe Biden does.
A hometown crowd embraced Bernie Sanders as he found himself in a new head-to-head dynamic against Joe Biden for the nomination.
The Vermont senator has leads in California, Texas, Virginia, Massachusetts while it is unclear if Joe Biden will receive a boost from his South Carolina win.
Pete Buttigieg thinks he can get three, Elizabeth Warren is hopeful for one or two and Mike Bloomberg knows any is a longshot.
Sanders’ success in southern California hinges on the Latinx voters who hold sway in the region, and his campaign is investing substantial resources there.
Sanders’ win in New Hampshire made him the front-runner, but it’s an unpredictable road to the convention.
Get dispatches from around the Granite State on Tuesday, as Sen. Bernie Sanders works to land a decisive victory over his Democratic competitors.
Although never a Democrat, he has made multiple demands on the party to advantage his candidacy.
When Greg and Amy Tatro aimed to take a selfie with every 2020 White House aspirant, they didn’t foresee the biggest challenge would be snagging their home-state candidate.
Throughout January, the president’s reelection campaign targeted the Vermont senator in ads on Facebook, Instagram and other social media, calling him ‘Crazy Bernie’ and warning of a ‘socialist invasion.’
Sanders has 25% support among likely Democratic primary voters in the Granite State, whose primary is Feb. 11.
Former Govs. Madeleine Kunin and Peter Shumlin, both Democrats, chime in after reports that Sanders told Warren a woman could not win the White House in 2020.