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Labor greens chase seniors vote

Labor greens chase seniors vote.

Democrats are still trying to build their coalition by appealing to a different demographic. This group includes millennials – particularly in Michigan and Wisconsin – in large 우리카지노part bec바카라사이트ause they are less likely to have college degrees. More than half of young voters in the past decade did not have a college degree, according to a recent study by the Pew Research Center.

This week, Sanders supporters are calling on more millennial voters to support him to increase their chances of reaching the critical mass needed to secure the nomination. As Clinton prepares to release her memoir with her husband, former President Bill Clinton, about her decades in the White House, Sanders is making the case for her campaign to focus on education.

The former senator is holding events all around the country with college students across the country to engage in debate on issues including race, income inequality, climate change and education. Sanders has also been emphasizing his history in education, which he says will not be lost on younger voters.

“There are some people out there who are angry. It’s hard. If you don’t have money, then you don’t have time,” Sanders says. “I say, ‘No, wait a minute, I’m making that point with this book. If I were the president, when you go down to Flint and you take a water sample and tell your parents, ‘You should go drink bottled water from another country,’ who’s going to be mad?”

The latest chapter in the Sanders story comes in his last debat카지노 사이트e with Clinton, at the University of New Hampshire on Tuesday. Clinton made no explicit attempt to appeal to older voters, but Sanders continued his strategy of showing Clinton up by telling her, “You’re running as a candidate who’s been fighting for seniors. You’re running as a candidate who wants to invest in our future. What you haven’t done, is explain to your constituents why it is it so important to your campaign.”

The new Sanders book, What Happened, outlines Clinton’s plan to bring down the cost of health care: she will require insurance companies to offer it, meaning young and healthy people would have to buy it outright.

“That was a huge turning point of the campaign – it was just a moment that the other side realized the depth of this disconnect,” says Eric Handler, an assistant professor of political science at the University of New Hampshire in Durham who has studied political psychology. “It really resonated with a lot of people, especially when you realize you’re not asking for all people to be better of