Home2020 ElectionsBNR Afternoon +OT: Bernie Sanders Rally in San Francisco Livestream
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polarbear4

Thanks Benny. How do you find the rally links?

polarbear4

polarbear4

These are all from the flowers in your hair” thread, above.

polarbear4

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polarbear4

https://youtu.be/MlETADocRZY

No embed link on YTube anymore.

jcitybone

Here’s another Bay Area song

jcitybone

And of course this one!

jcitybone

Problem for Bernie but not Beto? This is another poll with a small sample and pretty high margin of error.

https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/435520-buttigieg-surges-to-third-place-in-new-iowa-poll

South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) surged into third place in a poll of the Iowa caucus released Sunday.

Eleven percent of likely Democratic Iowa caucus-goers surveyed by Emerson Polling said that they would pick Buttigieg to be their 2020 presidential nominee.

Overall, Buttigieg placed third behind Former Vice President Joe Biden, at 25 percent, and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), at 24 percent.

His performance in Sunday’s Emerson poll was boosted by placing second in the 18-29 year old demographic, with 22 percent. Sanders lead that category with 44 percent.

“If Buttigieg is able to maintain his momentum, his candidacy appears to be pulling from the same demographic of young voters as Sanders, and that could become a problem for Sanders,” Kimball said.

Leu2500
Leu2500

11%. +-6.2%. Tells us a whole lot. Not. I’m more interested that he passed Harris. Who knew that having a record on the wrong side of criminal justice reform would be a problem with primary voters.

jcitybone

Maybe if there was someone worth passing the baton to.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/harris-jabs-biden-sanders-and-warren-older-leaders-should-know-when-to-pass-the-baton

“We stand on the shoulders of great men and women who came before us and I think of it as being a relay race, young leaders, where they came before us, and they were running the relay race, and they had the baton, and then they passed that baton to us,” Harris, 54, said. “And the question for our lives will be, what do we do during that period of time?”

The former California attorney general joked that established leaders also should recognize when to hand off to the next generation, which doubled as a thinly veiled swipe at some of her top 2020 rivals: former Vice President Joe Biden, 76; Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, 77; and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, 69.

“And, I’ll just say to the older leaders, that it also becomes question of let’s also know when to pass the baton,” Harris said.

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