MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – When Bernie Sanders visits Minnesota in support of Hillary Clinton on Tuesday, he’ll be stopping at University of Minnesota campuses in Minneapolis and Duluth.

According to Clinton’s campaign, the Vermont senator’s first stop in Minnesota will be a rally at Northrop Auditorium on the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities campus. Doors to the event will open at 2 p.m. and the rally starts at 3 p.m.

Sanders will then make his way north for another rally at the Kirby Student Center on the Duluth campus. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m., and the rally is slated to start at 6:30 p.m.

Campaign officials say that Sanders will speak to voters about Clinton’s economic plan and encourage listeners to vote.

Back in March, Sanders crushed Clinton in Minnesota’s Democratic caucus. Now, he’s campaigning on his former rival’s behalf in an effort to ensure Republican nominee Donald Trump doesn’t win the White House.

Of particular concern to Clinton is the vote of young people, a demographic that Sanders was able to rally in his bid for the Democratic nomination.

Comments (5)
  1. leftofright says:

    Ask yourself why. The DNC stole the nomination from Bernie and gave it to Hillary. Why would he support her when just a few months back he called her the most corrupt politician on the planet…

  2. Real life says:

    Never cross the clinton crime family. NEVER!!!!!!!

  3. Rob says:

    “Clinton’s economic plan ”

    Raising taxes, growing government, widening Obama-Care and increasing regulations is a plan for an economic disaster.

    Your standard of living will go down. Guaranteed.

    1. Dan Mack says:

      That’s how it’s supposed to work in the Socialist Welfare Village. We lower the standard of living to the lowest common denominator and eliminate income disparity. Everyone will be on par with the Sub-Saharan African average income and we will all get equal EBT allotments. It is the right thing to do. Vote for Hillary as many times as you wish. No-ID required.

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