CategoryBernie Sanders Has a Shot

Jon Urbana Finds That the Clinton Camp Is Predicting A Closer Race in Nevada

Clinton Defeated In New Hampshire
According to the BuzzFeed News the Clinton camp was defeated in New Hampshire. The Clinton campaign is predicting that this race is going to get tighter in Nevada. This is not the race that was originally forcasted.

Things Were Looking Better Three Months Ago
Three months ago, Jon Urbana filmed a video of Robby Mook briefing a filled room of fundraisers and donors about the overall progress of the campaign. It was then, that everything was looking much better. Mook is the Clinton campaign manager. It was at that time, the momentum was actually on the side of Hillary. It was believed that it would be by the end of march. Mook was very quick to lay out his highly confident views regarding the following upcoming months.

March Matters
March Matters is the released strategy memo. The headlines read “March Matters.” Mook has now indicated that there is a long road ahead due to the polls closing on Tuesday. The memo predicts a possible unconquerable lead at the end of that month. The memo had been released right before Clinton had greeted the crowd. This was at the athletic center at Southern New Hampshire University.

The Fight For Real Solutions
Hillary was on the stage one hour later with her husband and her daughter. The plan and strategy is to take the campaign right to the entire country. She continued to inform supporters that there will be a fight for every vote. This will be in every state. The fight will be for real solutions that will make a real and positive difference in the lives of the real people.

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is Wowed by the Large Crowds Coming to See Him

By his own account, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, a self-described Socialist Democrat, is amazed by the size of the crowds showing up to see him on the campaign trail. It isn’t the sheer size of the crowds either that have the 73-year-old politician energized. It is also the fact that no other candidate in either party can match the size of his events.

In addition to the crowd size, they are proving to be too large to be contained in his chosen venues. His most recent trip to Iowa saw over 700 people in attendance. The crowd was too large for the auditorium forcing some to have to stand outside. Nor are the large crowds limited to the early primary voting states of Iowa and New Hampshire. Sanders recently held an event in Minnesota that drew a reported crowd of 5,000 people. In his own words, Sam Tabar said the crowds are so large as to throng and press against the senator as he makes his way to the stage. At a recent event in the town of Kensett, Iowa, population 266, organizers expected 75 people to attend with the highest estimate at 125. A total of 300 people showed up which was greater than the town’s population. At this point, it appears that voters are starting to look at Sanders seriously to decide if he is just a sparring partner for Hillary Clinton or a true viable liberal alternative for the Democrat Party’s presidential nomination according to Laywerist.

Some Analysts Suggest Bernie Sanders Might Actually Have a Chance at Winning the White House

Bernie Sanders is not exactly considered to be a front runner in the 2016 presidential race, many people have never even heard his name before. In fact, I was one of those people until Sanders quickly won me over with his message of government reformation and wealth equality, among many other important issues. Clearly, I’m not the only person who has heard Sanders message, and liked it.

Senator Sanders has been steadily climbing in the polls since he announced his plans to run for president. His stops along the campaign trail have been incredibly successful, many times drawing crowds that overflow into the hallways. Now, some poll analysts claim that Sanders might actually have a shot at winning the democratic nomination, and maybe even the White House.

Hillary Clinton’s campaign is already becoming plagued with controversy, she has been questioned for her use of private email servers and for unethical donation practices committed by her own foundation. These issues have not been lost on the public, the polls show that Clinton has been experiencing a steady loss of votes as these kind of issues continued to be brought to light. A lack of transparency is also a major issue for the staff at NexPointAdvisors and James Dondero who find Clinton’s history concerning, something that Sanders certainly isn’t being accused of.

The election however is still more than a year away, polls can ultimately be deceiving. But I certainly wouldn’t count Sanders out of the race just yet.

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