Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton, 44-37% in New Hampshire – Press Examiner

“I think there’s a conversation going on to that effect among his aides and friends”, he said.

“The momentum, as you can see tonight, has been extraordinary”, said Sanders.

Sanders topped Clinton with 44 percent compared to her 37 percent support among likely Democratic primary voters, according to a Franklin Pierce University/Boston Herald poll.

Bernie Sanders was once seen as the outsider of the 2016 presidential election, with political pundits giving him little to no chance of unseating Hillary Clinton to win the Democratic primary.

The other democrats joining Sanders and Clinton in seeking their party’s nomination are former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, former Virginia Sen.

Bernie Sanders has dominated Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton within a poll of citizenry in New Hampshire, which often will maintain the…

I think part of it is her last name – Republicans truly hated her husband – and part of it is she’s a woman.

While Clinton has struggled to move past the scandal, interest in Sanders has only swelled. Isn’t that what democratic decision-making is supposed to be – citizens voting based on knowledge of a candidate’s policies?

Democrats aren’t particularly inspired by Hillary Clinton.

East Coast pundits are still ginning up why-Sanders-can’t-win columns, but nobody has apparently told the self-identified “democratic socialist“. “Look, General Petraeus, his life was destroyed with a tiny fraction of what she’s done, so it’s very unfair to him“, Trump said.

There is mounting pressure on the US Justice Department to open a criminal investigation against Clinton for mishandling sensitive government information through her private server while she was secretary of state from 2009 to 2013. Interestingly enough, he’s also worth several billion dollars more than GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump. The Senator from Vermont has attracted more than 100 thousand supporters to his rallies in recent weeks. It’s also August, when people are more likely to be wildly optimistic about outsider candidates who draw enormous crowds in cities full of progressives.


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