The Blaze reports:
“In case you haven’t noticed, there are a lot of people here,” Sanders said. “Tonight we have more people at a meeting for a candidate for president of the United States than any other candidate has had in 2016.”
Sanders’ hour-long address had the crowd cheering as Sanders promised to deliver a progressive buffet of benefits to all Americans, including free college tuition, single-payer health care, paid vacations and higher wages.
While Sanders forthright socialist polcies may appeal to large numbers of Democratic voters, Clinton is not only ahead in the polls, but currently has vastly more financial support and is expected to have raised over $45 million since April compared to Sanders’ estimated $8 million.
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