All about 2016 Presidential Campaign of Bernie Sanders
Posted by Countdown Bernie on January 12th, 2016
Bernard Sanders, also known as ‘Bernie Sanders ’, American politician and the Junior United States Senator. He belongs to Vermont. Bernie Sanders is the longest-serving Independent in US Congressional history. He belongs to Senate Budget Committee as the ranking Minority Member since January 2015. Sanders announced his Presidential candidature of the United States in the 2016 US Presidential Election. After winning the re-election in 2012 US Presidential Election with 71% of the votes, now he is serving his second term in the US Senate. Bernie Sanders defeated the one and only congressperson for the Vermont State of US, an incumbent Republican, after that he served as the Mayor of the largest city of the Vermont. He belongs to Burlington, Vermont and stay there with his wife Jane. He had four children and seven grandchildren.
Sanders has expressed that his Presidential Campaign will concentrate on wage and riches imbalance, which he contends is disintegrating the American working class, and on battle fund change. Not at all like other major presidential competitors, Sanders does not seek after subsidizing through a Super PAC, rather getting a large portion of his campaign funds from little, singular donations. On September 30, The New York Times reported that Sanders had raised million over the previous three months, surpassing Barack Obama's pace of gathering pledges in 2008, and that the campaign had gotten one million individual donations, turning into the first in 2015 to achieve that limit.
Taking after the initial 2015 Democratic Presidential Debate, the Sanders team reported that it had raised .3 million over the term of the occasion and in the hours after. Sanders have been drawing limit, record breaking group to his talking occasions. An August 2015 press report expressed that late occasions had pulled in 100,000 supporters, five times as substantial as those that had turned out for Hillary Clinton. Despite the fact that Sanders has come next after Hillary Clinton in each major across the nation survey, a December 2015 Quinnipiac University survey demonstrated to him surveying in front of every one of the four most elevated surveying Republican hopefuls in a theoretical race matchup – Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and Ben Carson.
In a review of his campaign, Sanders told the Associated Press 29th of April 2015, that he would release "very specific proposals" to increment charges on the wealthy and corporations, offer educational cost free advanced education at state funded colleges, and pass a single‑payee Medicare-for-All medicinal services framework. He likewise noticed his backing for considerable regulations of Wall Street, and his resistance to the NAFTA and CAFTA exchange agreements and to the Keystone XL pipeline.
He has made the foundation of his campaign the opposite of to all he calls the "obscene levels" of pay and riches disparity that have dissolved the white collar class in the course of the most recent 40 years. On November 1, 2015, Sanders discharged his first campaign notice. So to be updated and know more about his presidential campaigns just be tuned on the website givencountdowntobernie.com.
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