Bernie Sanders wins Utah, Idaho primary elections

This video from the USA says about itself:

Arizona, Idaho & Utah Democratic Primary Election: TYT Summary

22 March 2016

Cenk Uygur, Jordan Chariton and Jimmy Dore of The Young Turks break down the results of the latest primary election. Cenk discusses the delegate counts in Arizona, Utah and Idaho on the Democratic side.

This video from the USA says about itself:

22 March 2016

Cenk Uygur, Jimmy Dore and Jordan Chariton of The Young Turks breakdown some key differences between Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump speeches.

This video from the USA says about itself:

22 March 2016

Wednesday, March 23rd at 6pm eastern Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks will interview BERNIE SANDERS! You don’t want to miss this interview!

Arizona’s Primary Problems Go Way Beyond Long Lines. “Finally find somebody I want to vote for, and they deny me”: here.

52 thoughts on “Bernie Sanders wins Utah, Idaho primary elections

  1. We just scored two more victories … big ones, this time in Utah and Idaho.

    Here’s why this matters: we walked away from the three states that voted yesterday with a majority of the delegates. That’s yuge. That’s how we win the nomination.

    We always knew last Tuesday was the high water mark for the Clinton campaign. Now it’s our turn to start winning large majorities in many of the remaining states until we take the pledged delegate lead on June 7.

    Now we all need to start thinking about what’s next: the 142 delegates at stake in Washington, Alaska, and Hawaii this Saturday.

    Make a $3 contribution to our campaign today and we’re going to cut into Hillary Clinton’s lead even further with a significant number of delegates in Washington this weekend.

    Bernie drew a huge crowd in Boise, Idaho on Monday and another 14,000 people to a rally in Salt Lake City, Utah last week. And last night we found out that we are actually leading in a general election poll against Donald Trump in Utah.

    It isn’t often that a Democratic candidate for president has a chance to carry Utah, but our political revolution is attracting significant support from Democrats, Independents, and even some Republicans. That’s part of the reason we’re the best chance for Democrats to retain the White House, and to enact transformational change after the election.

    In solidarity,

    Jeff Weaver
    Campaign Manager
    Bernie 2016


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  3. What happened yesterday in Arizona should be considered a national disgrace. I got an email last night from a woman who waited five hours to vote in Arizona. Five hours.

    We don’t know how many thousands of people didn’t get to cast their ballots yesterday in Arizona because they couldn’t afford to wait that long. Scenes on cable news last night showed hundreds of people in line at 11:30pm in Phoenix – more than four hours after polls closed. Voting should not be this difficult.

    One reason it is so hard to vote in Arizona is because the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act. There were 70 percent fewer polling places this year than in 2012 in Phoenix’s county. They wouldn’t have been allowed to cut those polling places if the Voting Rights Act was still in tact.

    These cuts meant that, in a county with more than 4 million residents, there were just 60 polling places. This is unacceptable, but it’s also not an isolated incident.

    We need to make it easier to vote, not more difficult. One way we can do that is by reaffirming our support for the Voting Rights Act, which, when I am president, I will fight to reinstate.

    Add your name to say you support reinstating the Voting Rights Act so we can make voting easier for everybody, not more difficult.

    Add your name »

    We cannot continue to see democracy undermined in the United States of America. Enough is enough.

    Make no mistake: the billionaire class does not want Americans to vote. Billions of dollars are being funneled into our elections in a form of legalized bribery, even as American voters — especially minority voters — are being discouraged from voting. It is no wonder that government no longer works for ordinary Americans.

    Above all, we need to remember the price that was paid for the right to vote. The Voting Rights Act was one of the great victories of the civil rights movement. Now, as then, change comes when the people demand it — in the voting booth, and on the streets in peaceful demonstrations. We must remind ourselves of what’s been achieved in the past, and resolve to do equally great things in the future. Democracy is not a spectator sport.

    It is my sincere hope that the states that vote in the coming weeks and months do better than what we saw yesterday in Arizona. Too much is at stake for our future.

    Right now, what we can do is show your support by adding your name to say you want to reinstate the Voting Rights Act. Click here to add your name.

    No one said a political revolution would be easy. The billionaire class doesn’t want to see our movement win, and so we must do everything we can to show them that we have the power.

    In solidarity,

    Bernie Sanders


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