Sanders: My Views Resonating With Women as Campaign Keeps RisingAlexa Papadopoulos
“I think people who think we have reached our ceiling are making a mistake,” Sen. Bernie Sanders says in interview to air on Bloomberg Television’s “With All Due Respect.”
- Sanders says his proposals aimed at women, working families will boost his bid, increasing competitiveness with Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton
- Earlier stories: Bernie Sanders Gains on Hillary Clinton in Bloomberg Early-State Polling; In Des Moines, Bernie Sanders’ Supporters Nearly Steal the Show
- “We are about to unveil a childcare proposal for universal Pre-K, which I think will make working families all around the country extremely excited”
- Sanders, an independent from Vt. seeking the Democratic nomination, says plan includes paid vacation time, paid sick live.
- Sanders says views on taxes, boosting public infrastructure spending, raising minimum wage, equal pay for women, making public college tuition free also will resonate with voters
- Says wants to be a part of a “political revolution” to make changes in Washington with millions of American at his side.
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