Bernie Sanders To Campaign For Clinton In Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders will be in Minnesota on Tuesday, campaigning for Hillary Clinton.

According to the Clinton campaign, Sanders will be in Minneapolis and Duluth to urge people to vote early.

In Minneapolis, he will be at the Northrop Plaza at the University of Minnesota.

Later, Senator Sanders will be at the Kirby Ballroom in Duluth.

Donald Trump visited Minnesota in August for a fundraiser. Protesters stopped traffic near the Minneapolis Convention Center during the event.


One Comment

  1. leftofright says:

    Earlier he called her the most corrupt politician on the planet, when he was running against her (his words, not mine) and now he supports her and is campaigning for her. Even after it is public knowledge that the DNC conspired to defeat him and gave her an unfair advantage. So ask yourself, why would he support her after what he called her and after the kind of race she ran?

    1. Jon Trader says:

      Because it’s more important to the future of democracy in America to defeat the Fascist Donald Trump. The dirty tactics of the DNC and Wasserman-Schultz have been exposed, and that’s the first step in affecting positive change in the DNC system … with the help of people like Tulsi Gabbard. Bernie Sanders has always put democracy and country before self, and he’s doing it again by backing Clinton. He shows his grace, poise and selflessness by campaigning for unity. Splitting the vote against Clinton would insure a Trump victory, and guarantee a loss for the average American. I’m not a Clinton fan by any stretch of the imagination, but I am a lifelong fan of Bernie Sanders and everything he has done to make America a better place by doing the right thing for our country and our citizens, and always standing for justice and equality for all.

  2. Rob says:

    But Hillary is going to win Minnesota.

    She’s ahead by 7 points.

    Is someone lying?

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