Warren’s exit could allow Sanders to pick up more progressive supporters. But some question whether her voters will migrate to the Vermont senator.
At a Burlington press conference, the Vermont senator said the campaign had not been as successful as he had hoped in getting young people to vote.
A close contest was expected between Sanders and Sen. Elizabeth Warren. But Biden swept the state, surprising Sanders backers.
It is not new for Vermonters to split their tickets, electing liberal members of Congress while supporting Republican governors.
Viewed as the current front-runner, the Vermont senator was attacked from all sides by his Democratic rivals for his views on Medicare for All, his voting record on firearms and for his recent comments about Cuba.
The Democratic presidential candidate will appear at the Champlain Valley Exposition in Essex Junction on Town Meeting night.
After earlier arguing over electability, the billionaire former New York mayor referred to the Vermont senator as a communist, a remark that Sanders angrily condemned as a ‘cheap shot.’
Although the Vermont senator won a narrow victory in Tuesday’s primary, some of those who went to the polls believe Sanders would face difficulty in galvanizing moderates in a race against President Trump.
The Vermonter may have won the 2016 New Hampshire presidential primary, but that’s not stopping his 2020 Democratic opponents from scrambling to beat him in Tuesday’s first-in-the-nation vote.
At a Burlington gathering Monday, the Democratic candidate who is self-funding his campaign pledged to ‘bring this country together.’
In weighing into the spat between Sanders and Warren, Govs. Madeleine Kunin and Peter Shumlin, no longer in or running for office, were free to vent.
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.
Having nothing to do at all with how the country should be governed, the mini-squabble between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren was what the talking heads on cable were discussing after Tuesday’s debate.
In the final Democratic debate before the Iowa caucuses, the Vermont senator and his Massachusetts rival had an awkward exchange over alleged comments from a private 2018 meeting.