Sanders heading to New Hampshire for Labor Day parade

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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will this weekend head to New Hampshire for the Milford Labor Day Parade.

The September 7 Labor Day parade will be the 67th for Milford.

Senator Sanders will take part in the parade, and other presidential candidates including Carly Fiorina and Lindsey Graham are also expected to be attending.

The Milford Labor Day Parade is significant, and has over the years attracted many presidential candidates, notably both Mitt Romney and Barack Obama in 2007.

One parade organizer said he wouldn’t be surprised if 50,000 people show up to take part.

The parade will start at Milford High School and ends at VFW Post 4368.

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