Senator Bernie Sanders will this weekend travel to Pennsylvania, where he will rally for candidates he has endorsed in the state’s upcoming primary elections.
Sanders will begin his weekend swing through the Keystone State by joining Braddock Mayor John Fetterman, who is a candidate for lieutenant governor of the state. The rally will take place Friday night in Philadelphia.
On Saturday morning, Senator Sanders will rally with candidate for Pennsylvania’s 11th Congressional District, Jess King at Musser Park in Lancaster.
In the afternoon, Sanders will conclude his trip to Pennsylvania with a rally for Greg Edwards, who is running as a candidate in Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional District. The rally will take place at Miller Symphony Hall.
According to Sanders’ staff, the trip is designed to “highlight the importance of energizing and electing progressives in Pennsylvania and all across the country in 2018.”
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will travel to California next week, where he will hold a rally in San Diego.
On Tuesday, Bernie Sanders will hold a campaign rally in San Diego, where he will discuss a wide range of issues, including getting big money out of politics, his plan to make public colleges and universities tuition-free, combating climate change and ensuring universal health care.
Doors are set to open at 5pm on Tuesday, March 22, an entry is free and open to the public. The campaign recommends that attendees RSVP first on its website.
Bernie Sanders will hold a rally in Austin, Texas on Saturday morning, days before the Super Tuesday primary contest.
Doors will open at Circuit of the Americas in Austin at 9am on Saturday morning. The campaign strongly encourages people wishing to attend to RSVP to the event on their website.
The campaign says Sanders will discuss a wide range of issues, including getting big money out of politics, his plan to make public colleges and universities tuition-free, combating climate change and ensuring universal health care.
Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will travel to Texas this weekend, where he’ll hold a rally in Dallas on Saturday afternoon.
Doors at the Verizon Theatre open at 12:15pm. The campaign recommends attendees RSVP on its website.
“With just days left until the March 1st Texas primary, now is the time to hear from Bernie how we can build this movement across the state,” the campaign said.
“He will discuss a wide range of issues important to Texans, including making college affordable, getting big money out of politics, and combating climate change.”
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will make a two-day trip to Nevada next week, where he will hold rallies in Las Vegas and Reno.
Sanders will arrive in Nevada on Sunday, December 27, when he will hold a town meeting at the Reno Ballroom from 4:30pm. Doors for that event will open at 3:30pm.
On Monday, Senator Sanders will hold a second Nevada event in North Las Vegas, at Canyon Springs High School. That event will kick off at 6:30pm, and doors will open at 5pm.
Both evens are free, and open to the public, however the campaign strongly advises that all attendees RSVP to the events on their website.
Sanders’ campaign on Tuesday kicked off a television advertising blitz in Nevada, the first of any White House candidate so far this campaign. The ads will air next week.
This weekend, presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will travel to Iowa for at least eight separate events.
On Saturday, the Senator will hold four town meetings. In Anamosa, the focus will be on racial justice and prison reform. The other three meetings will be held in Clinton, Dubuque and Waterloo.
On Sunday morning, Sanders will attend a church service at Mount Carmel Baptist Church in Waterloo. Following the service, he will hold a meet-and-greet with volunteers at the campaign’s Waterloo field office on 4th Street.
In the afternoon, Sanders will hold a town meeting in Mount Vernon and Cornell College, before travelling to Davenport, where he will hold another meet-and-greet with volunteers at the field office.
In his first campaign trip to Ohio, Bernie Sanders will hold a rally at Cleveland State University on Monday night.
The rally will kick off at 7pm at the Wolstein Center on Prospect Avenue. Doors will open at 6pm. The event is free and open to the public, however the campaign strongly recommends attendees register online prior to the event.
The campaign says Sanders will discuss a “wide range of issues, including criminal justice reform, his college affordability plan, immigration reform, income and wealth inequality and getting big money out of politics.”
The independent Senator’s primary opponent, Hillary Clinton, won the Ohio primary in 2008 against now president Barack Obama.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will travel to Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday, where he will rally supporters.
The rally will begin at 7pm on the soccer fields at the Cheyenne Sports Complex in North Las Vegas. Gates will open at 5:30pm.
Admission to the rally is free, and tickets are not required. The campaign strongly recommends attendees RSVP online prior to the event.
Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will travel to South Carolina, where he is currently struggling to gain traction.
Sanders will on Friday attend the First in the South Presidential Candidates’ Forum at Winthrop University. That’s slated to kick off at 8pm, and will be broadcast on MSNBC.
On Saturday, Sanders will be delivering a keynote speech at the 2015 Southern Regional Meeting of the National Federation of Democratic Women. That’s in Rock Hill, and will take place at 9:30am.
In the afternoon, there will be a candidate committee press conference in Columbia, scheduled to begin at 2pm. Finally, to end his swing through the Palmetto State, Sanders will hold a town hall meeting at the USC Aiken Convocation Center at 7pm, with doors to open at 6pm.
Presidential hopeful and independent Senator Bernie Sanders will head to New Hampshire to file his election paperwork and rally supporters.
Senator Sanders will on Thursday arrive in Concord, New Hampshire to file paperwork for the first-in-the-nation primary. He will arrive at the Secretary of State’s office at 3pm.
Filling to be on the New Hampshire Presidential Primary ballot is an important tradition.
About half an hour later, Sanders will rally supporters at the New Hampshire State House on Main Street. All attendees are welcome, with doors set to open for that event at 2pm. Supporters are encouraged to be there at 3pm to cheer Bernie on as he arrives at the Secretary of State’s office.