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March 3, 2016 7:10 am

Sanders Adviser: Democratic Race Far From Over

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Democratic presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. Photo: Screenshot.

Democratic presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. Photo: Screenshot.

Bloomberg – The Democratic presidential race entered a new phase following Super Tuesday, with Bernie Sanders vowing to fight on and Hillary Clinton attempting to start focusing on the general election without alienating her rival or his base of young voters.

The two candidates have very different tasks over the next month. For Sanders, it’s making sure his populist message finds a home in the party platform and in the general election campaign. Clinton is seeking to put the primary race behind her and to make sure Sanders’s supporters will be going into the voting booths come the November election.

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  • Harold P.

    If Clinton wants supporters of Sanders to vote her her, she should treat him with more respect, not like he’s raining on her parade. She’s not entitled to the Presidency and she needs to stop being so smug about it.

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