Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will travel to New Hampshire on Friday for a series of town hall meetings, and a field office visit.
Sanders’ campaign announced on Thursday that the Senator will travel to New Hampshire on Friday. He will spend two days in the Granite State.
Just after midday on Friday, Sanders will be meeting with senior citizens in Manchester. Later that afternoon, just before 5pm, Sanders will visit the Nashua Field Office.
On Friday night, the independent from Vermont will kick off a town hall in Derry, at the Pinkerton Academy-Shepard Auditorium. Doors open at 6pm, with the event set to start at around 7pm.
On Saturday, Sanders will be holding a press conference in Concord, not long after 11am. At 1pm, he will hold a town hall meeting in Warner, with doors to open at noon. Later, at 4pm, the Senator will host another town hall at the Lebanon High School Gymnasium in Lebanon. Doors will open an hour prior to kick-off.
You can view full details of Bernie Sanders’ tour in New Hampshire on the campaign’s press release.
Tonight, supporters of Bernie Sanders from more than 200 colleges and universities will hold town meetings for the presidential candidate.
Senator Sanders will speak to close to 2,000 people at George Mason University at 7pm on Wednesday night, which will be telecast live across the country to hundreds of meetings in gymnasiums, dorms, classrooms and cafeterias, as part of a national organizing effort.
In New Hampshire, Felicia Teter will hold an town meeting event on campus with her group of almost 300 members, Dartmouth Students and Staff for Bernie.
In Sioux City, Iowa, community group Morningside for Bernie will hold an event on the college campus.
The campaign boasts that close to 40,000 college students have signed up to volunteer on the campaign, many of whom hold events and grassroots activities on-campus.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has announced the schedule for his visit to the Hawkeye State this weekend for the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner.
The weekend swing will kick off at 7pm on Friday the 23rd of October, for the #RockintheBern free concert. Bernie’s all-star band will perform at the Adler Theatre in Davenport. Tickets are required and can be obtained here.
On Saturday at 3pm, there will be a rally and march near the Argonne Armory Building in Des Moines.
In the evening, Sanders will attend the Iowa Democratic party Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, which is being held at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines. This is a ticketed event by the Iowa Democratic Party.
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will host a live town hall for students in colleges and universities across the country.
The town hall, which is scheduled for Wednesday, October 28 at 7pm, will be live streamed at colleges and universities all over the United States. The actual location of the town hall is yet to be announced.
Sanders will speak about the most important issues facing students and young people, including college affordability and income and wealth inequality.
You can find a town hall event near you on the campaign’s website.
Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders is hosting a free concert in Iowa with an all-star band of artists supporting his campaign.
The event, dubbed #RockintheBern, will take place at the Adler Theater in Davenport, Iowa on Friday the 23rd of October.
The band will be made up of legendary guitarist Wayne Kramer, singer/songwriters Marshall Crenshaw and Jill Sobule, and Iowa’s own Brother Trucker.
The event will be free, and open to the public, however tickets must be booked and collected prior to the event. If you’re interested in attending, you can secure your tickets on the event page on the campaign’s website.
It’s not yet clear whether Sanders will sing. However, he recorded a folk album in 1987 and we think it’s pretty good.
Sanders recently hosted a fundraiser in a night club in Los Angeles.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will once again return to Iowa this weekend for a house party and town meetings.
The independent from Vermont will kick off a two-day swing through Iowa on Sunday the 18th of October in Iowa City, where he will be attending a private house party.
Later in the afternoon, Sanders will be present at a Johnson County Democrats BBQ fundraiser. Tickets are required for the event, and can be purchased from ActBlue.
That night, Senator Sanders will hold a town meeting at Richardson Elementary School in Fort Madison. Doors open at 6pm, with the program to kick off at 7pm. The campaign recommends an RSVP on its website.
On Monday morning at 11am, Sanders will hold a town meeting in Oskaloosa, at William Penn University. Doors open at 10am, and the campaign recommends you RSVP.
Bernie supporters in Las Vegas, Nevada will hold a rally in support of Bernie Sanders, prior to the first Democratic debate.
Jim Farrell, the Nevada state director for Bernie 2016 announced that the rally would begin at 4pm on Tuesday afternoon, opposite from Wynn Las Vegas, on the Strip.
“We need you to come out and help us show our support for Bernie before the debate begins, outside of the Wynn Resort,” Farrell said in the event announcement.
“If we pack it with enough people, we can show the country the power of our political revolution.”
Full details of the event can be found on the event page.
Bernie Sanders will this week participate in the first Democratic debate, hold a fundraiser in Los Angeles, and appear on Ellen.
In Las Vegas, Nevada on Tuesday, Sanders will go up against Hillary Clinton and others in the first Democratic debate.
On Wednesday, Sanders will travel to Los Angeles, California, where he will hold a $25 a head fundraiser at Avalon Hollywood.
Bernie will sit down with Ellen DeGeneres on Thursday for an interview on her show Ellen.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will on Wednesday travel to Los Angeles, where he will hold a $25 a head fundraiser.
The fundraiser will be held at Avalon Hollywood on Wednesday the 14th of October. Door open at 4pm, and the program is set to kick off at 5pm.
Sanders is expected to speak on a wide number of issues, including wealth and income inequality, campaign finance reform, health care and affordable college tuition.
Tickets are required for the event, and can be purchased here.
Bernie Sanders will travel to Boulder in Colorado on Saturday, where he will hold a rally at Potts Field.
The rally will kick off at 2pm at Potts Field, on the corner of Discovery and Innovation Drives in Boulder. Doors will open at noon.
A ticket is required for entry, and will be available for free on a first-come, first-served basis on Thursday and Friday from 9am to 3pm, or until tickets run out.
You can find out where to pick up tickets from the campaign’s press release here.