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Are superdelegates really super?

July 25, 2016
Democratic presidential runner-up Bernie Sanders has made reforming the Party's nominating system and the use of superdelegates a cornerstone of his campaign. But do you know how the Democratic superdelegate process works? We asked people in Philadelphia to weigh in on superdelegates. Do you think Democrats should get rid of superdelegates? Share your answer on Twitter #16for2016.

Sanders' campaign is over, yet Secret Service motorcade roars on

Jeff Zeleny | CNN
July 5, 2016
Bernie Sanders is back to his old day job, trading the booming applause of his campaign rallies to the far more tedious work of the Senate.

error of omission and comission

May 13, 2016
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In tonight's show, there were two errors. First, neglecting to mention that Sanders would win over Trump in a national election by a much wider margin than Clinton; secondly, from what I see on Facebook, Sanders' supporters will not vote for Clinton.
Stephen Sakellarios, South Carolina

Clinton says she hopes Sanders will follow her 2008 lead and support her

Anne Gearan | The Washington Post
April 22, 2016
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton declined Thursday to urge challenger Sen. Bernie Sanders out of the primary race, but said she hopes he follows her 2008 model of endorsing and helping her if she defeats him.

Sanders Continues Streak, But Odds Are Steep

Alexis Simendinger, Caitlin Huey-Burns | Real Clear Politics
April 6, 2016
Bernie Sanders handily beat Hillary Clinton in Wisconsin’s Democratic primary Tuesday, but confronted a reality now painfully familiar to the Vermont senator: to both candidates go the delegate spoils.

Presidential candidates offer dark visions to anxious voters

Lisa Lerer | AP
March 12, 2016
In back-to-back debates just miles apart, Democrats and Republicans painted a dark vision of America, a place where jobs are vanishing, leaders are corrupt and threats loom from across the globe.

Bernie Sanders on Super Tuesday: "This campaign about transforming America"

March 1, 2016
Sen. Bernie Sanders spoke early on Super Tuesday night, after beating Hillary Clinton in his home state Vermont. "This campaign is not just about electing a president; it is about transforming America," Sanders said. "It is about making our great country the nation it has the potential to be."