Posts Tagged “Bernie Sanders”

It’s about change, not Sanders, Trump or Clinton

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It’s about change, not Sanders, Trump or Clinton

Bernie Sanders should quit the Democratic Party race and run for president as a true Independent. Donald Trump should apologize for his campaign rhetoric that continues to sound more and more racist against Mexicans and Muslims. Hillary Clinton needs to turn against the evil cabal of establishment insiders who run this country with power and…

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Sanders Releases New California Ad

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Sanders Releases New California Ad

Sanders Releases New California Ad Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign on Tuesday released a new television spot that will run in California ahead of the state’s June 7 primary election. “What choice do Californians have in this election?” Sanders asks in the ad. “The biggest one of all. You have the power to choose a new…

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Sanders Fundraises for Statehouse Candidates

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Sanders Fundraises for Statehouse Candidates

Sanders Fundraises for Statehouse Candidates U.S. Senator and Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Tuesday sent an email to his national fundraising list in support of eight candidates running for seats in state legislatures around the country. Sanders previously used his small-dollar fundraising juggernaut to raise funds for four congressional candidates, Lucy Flores of Nevada,…

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Analysis: Sanders and Trump offer real change

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Analysis: Sanders and Trump offer real change

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are not perfect. They have both made mistakes. The “insider establishment” wants you to think it is about socialism, racism and hate. But it is not. They are tearing down the insider establishment in government and politics that has destroyed this country and they want to bring real change to America. Sanders…

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Election Analysis: Trump taps public’s desire for change

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Election Analysis: Trump taps public’s desire for change

The Republican Party is desperate to prevent outsider Donald Trump from representing them in the November 8 elections for president and Trumps rhetoric has fueled attacks from concerned Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton whose popularity remains in neutral in the face of a strong challenge from outsider Bernie Sanders. By Ray Hanania Real estate mogul and…

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Commentary: Super Tuesday Primary Breakdown

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With 11 states voting in the presidential primary tomorrow, what each result means can be confusing. ADN breaks down what each candidate needs to stay relevant in both primaries. March 1. Seven campaigns from both parties have been working hard, traveling to rallies, town halls, debates and other speaking engagements in an attempt to survive…

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Analysis: What New Hampshire vote means

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Analysis: What New Hampshire vote means

Analysis: What New Hampshire means for the Presidential elections and candidates By Ray Hanania New Hampshire won’t decide who will become the next president of the United States, but it might help serve as a roadmap to explain how people are reacting and why. Although New Hampshire is considered the first “true primary” because voters…

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Fight For Relevancy Continues After Trump, Sanders Win

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The morning after Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders easily snatched victory in New Hampshire, jostling for the other spots continue. What is known is that the billionaire businessman from nearby New York had no problems holding onto his monumental lead prior to Tuesday’s election, winning 35 percent of the vote. The runner-up, Ohio Gov. John…

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Bloomberg Confirms He’s Considering A Run For President

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Bloomberg Confirms He’s Considering A Run For President

Michal Bloomberg confirmed he is thinking about a run for President of the United States, a move sure to send out warning signals to members of both parties. The former mayor of New York City and owner of a multimedia enterprise, Bloomberg told the Financial Times he is “looking at all the options” regarding a…

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New Hampshire Knows Who’ll Win, But Not By How Much

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New Hampshire Knows Who’ll Win, But Not By How Much

With just hours before New Hampshire voters show up at the polls to declare their presidential preference, the question on everyone’s mind isn’t so much who is going to win. It’s by how much they do win. Late polling by a slew of pollsters focused on the Granite State have Donald Trump winning the Republican…

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