Bernie Sanders

Can Sanders and Trump find common ground as political outsiders?

As Trump gears up a victory tour, Sanders and his team are hammering out a game plan of their own.

Sanders, on book tour, offers Vermont audience a civics lesson

The progressive icon quizzed students at Burr and Burton Academy about the definition of oligarchy and urged them to discuss “how we can come together to improve lives in our country.”

Don Keelan: 75 years and counting

In 2022, Sens. Patrick Leahy and Bernie Sanders will together have been in Washington for 75 years..

Bernie Sanders is publishing’s newest phenomenon

Books by and about the U.S. senator from Vermont are climbing national best-seller lists in the wake of this month’s election.

Andrew Torre: Trump ‘revolution’ requires counter-revolution

It was the hopeless and the despairing who carried Trump to the White House – and they will be burned for it.

Sanders to Trump: ‘We are going to hold you to account’

Wednesday’s speech will likely be just the beginning of Sanders’ bully pulpit offensive against Trump.

Sanders takes leadership roles in Senate

The new role gives Sanders a platform for challenging President-elect Donald Trump.

Sanders Announces Annual State of the Union Essay Contest

News Release — Sen. Bernie Sanders Nov. 15, 2016 Contact: Dan McLean (802) 862-0697 BURLINGTON, Vt., Nov. 15 – U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) launched his seventh annual State of the Union essay contest Tuesday, calling on Vermont’s high school students to address what they view as the major issues facing the United States. Last […]

Sanders grabs 18,000 write-ins to finish third in Vermont

His write-in total was the highest in many decades. Meanwhile, it appears the tight race for lieutenant governor may not require a decision by the Legislature.

Sanders’ book ‘Our Revolution’ arriving with new significance

The 464-page hardcover debuting Tuesday is one-third 2016 campaign memoir and two-thirds confirmation why the senator isn’t ruling out another presidential run in 2020.

Dan DeWalt: It’s my party, I’ll cry if I want to

No matter that adherents to Bernie’s message grew with every retelling, the Democratic Party was not going to be swayed from its predetermined course, to see Hillary Clinton succeed Barack Obama.

Could Bernie have won?

The democratic socialist scored better than Clinton in many areas where Donald Trump had strong support.

UPDATED: Vermont first state called for Clinton

Bernie Sanders’ former rival easily takes state’s 3 electoral votes.

Minter Campaign: Bernie Sanders emphasizes Sue Minter’s bold economic leadership for VT in new ad

News Release — Sue Minter for Vermont November 1, 2016 Contact: Elliott Bent, [email protected], 802.552.0186 Waterbury Center, VT – Today, Sue Minter for Vermont released a new television ad featuring Senator Bernie Sanders, who emphasizes Sue Minter’s bold economic leadership for Vermont. The ad, which starts airing today, highlights Minter’s economic agenda: growing livable wage […]