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Sanders picks up coveted union endorsement in New Hampshire (10,000 member State Employees Union)

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“This is a really big deal for Bernie,” said Kurt Ehrenberg, labor leader. “It’s very meaningful because it means the support from 2016 is again solidifying around him at a crucial time. The endorsement is a part of painting that mosaic which brought Bernie such a huge victory last time around.”

Buttigieg was the 1st to host a town hall meeting for members of the union. Warren and Booker followed suit. Biden met with union leadership and has plans to host a town hall. Gabbard joined a rally outside of a nursing home where employees were trying to join the SEIU.

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Bernie is not the DNC leadership's chosen one. If Bernie wins the D nomination, he can count on minimal support from the DNC who would as soon see it's counter part corporate Republican win the election.

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You may be right, but I hope you are wrong. There are some very powerful forces at work now that could convince even the most stodgy recalcitrant DNC guys. I know one former Super delegate and former US senator who championed Clinton over Bernie, and he has taken on quite a different stance this time.


I think a lot of Senator Booker's supporters shift to Bernie. What do you think?



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However, as corporate as the DNC is, I don't think they would support Trump over Bernie in a head-to-head contest.

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You are right.

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