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Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders is a junior US Senator from Vermont. He is a presidential candidate in the 2016 elections.
Bernie Sanders was born on September 8, 1941.
Bernard "Bernie" Sanders is 75 years old (birthdate: September 8, 1941).
In 2006 he was elected to the U.S. Senate after 16 years as  Vermont's sole congressman in the House of Representatives.
He is an Independent who identifies himself as a "democratic  socialist" and caucuses with the Democrats.
No, Bernie Sanders applied for conscientious objector status (he  avoided it) during the Vietnam War draft, but was too old to be  drafted when his number came up.
Although Bernie Sanders describes himself as a "democratic  socialist" his current political positions would more accurately be  described as "social democracy".    Socialism is an economic system based on the social ownership of  the means of production, meaning the economic surplus...
I don't have an answer but I'm I fan of both (and I was the one who submitted the initial question). I'm a big fan of both figures and I wonder why they've so rarely seemed to intersect in the media. I think that they could make for a great alliance. And if not, I'd love to see a long-form debate...
Bernie Sanders's birth name is Bernard Sanders.
Bernie Sanders has: Played himself in "ABC Evening News" in 1953. Played Himself - U.S. Senator in "Crossfire" in 1982. Played Himself - Senator, Vermont in "Frontline" in 1983. Played Bernie in "Sweet Hearts Dance" in 1988. Played himself in "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" in 1992. Played himself...
The money people don't back him. Running for president is more than  a person wanting to be president. There is a great deal behind the  scenes in a political campaign, and it looks like Hillary has  gotten the support she needs compared to Sanders. Sanders has been  an independent most of his...
Despite his self-description as a socialist, and the continued  pushing of this idea by the media, Bernie Sanders is not a  socialist.    A socialist is someone who advocates the replacement of capitalism  with socialism, be it through reformist or revolutionary methods.  Bernie Sanders...
Bernard "Bernie" Sanders is an American politician and the junior  United States senator from Vermont. A Democrat as of 2015, he had  been the longest-serving independent in U.S. congressional history.
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Bernie Sanders has traditionally been supported by the people of  Vermont of which he is a senator.   Demographically, he has done well with Democrats and Independents,  particularly working class Democrats with middle to lower median  incomes. He does well with people who self identify as...
He is a senator of Vermont and was once mayor of Burlington VT, a  major city, and home of UVM.
We don't know. We can't predict the future!
Bernie Sanders is older than Hilary Clinton by 6 years. He iscurrently 74 and Hilary Clinton is currently 68.
Bernie Sanders represents the state of Vermont.
Bernie believes that the big money of Super PACs should be left out  of politics. He claims that by allowing corporations to have such a  high campaign impact, it steers the election from being about the  people to being about corporations. Bernie claims that the U.S. has  almost reach oligarchy...
No, Sanders was born in Brooklyn, NY.
Senator Bernie Sanders bears a distinctive Brooklyn, New York  accent. He was born and raised there, went to college in Chicago,  and moved back to New York after college. He only moved to Vermont  when he was nearly 30 years old and his Brooklyn accent was fully  set in.
Bernie Sanders has been a senator for over 9 years and has a  political career of over 35 years.
Bernie Sanders has made 1,867 USD in speaking fees, and gave it all  to charity. For perspective Hillary and Bill Clinton have made 153  million in combined speaking fees since 2001.
Around 800,000 making him one of the poorest senators.
Bernie sanders became mayor of Burlington, Vermont in 1981 making  his political career over 35 years long. He is the longest serving  independent in congressional history.
Bernie Sanders started his political career as the mayor of  Burlington, Vermont from 1981 to 1989. He then served in the US  Congress as Vermont's only Representative, from 1991 to 2007. Since  2007, he has been the junior Senator representing Vermont in the US  Senate.
Bernie Sanders has raised almost 140 million dollars at this point  with 99.98% of that coming from individual donations with an  average donation size of 27 dollars.
Senator Sanders's father's name was Elias Sanders. His mother's  maiden name was Dorothy Glassberg.
September 8, 1941. That makes him 74 years old.
Bernie Sanders went to Brooklyn College and then transferred to the  University of Chicago.
Bernie Sanders was born on September 8, 1941, making him 74 years  old.
Bernie Sanders refuses to take money from special interests and  super PACS. His campaign is funded by small dollar donations.
Jane Sanders was born on October 8, 1950. As of April 2016, she is  65 years old.
Bernie Sanders has held public office for 26 years - as mayor of  Burlington, US Representative from 1990 - 2006 and as a US Senator  since then. In the years before, he was involved in politics.
Yes, he was on when Larry David hosted this season.
There can be more than one opinion, but Bernie Sanders is more  presidential and will focus on the people.
10 years, but he was a member of the House of Representatives  before that, and the Mayor of Burlington VT even earlier.
Whereas most people would immediately turn to the Benghazi email  scandal, Bernie chooses specifically to avoid that topic and  instead targets Clinton's favoritism by Wall Street and the fossil  fuel industry. He calls Secretary Clinton out on lying to the  American people by saying she will...
I've seen a lot of memes that have convinced the younger population  to vote Bernie Sanders.
Most likely Hillary.    As of 5/10/2016, Real Clear Politics' aggregate polling averages  show Sanders beating Trump by 13 points while Clinton beats Trump  by only 6.4 points. Both are trending downwards.
That's the difference between socialism and democratic socialism.  Ever since Obama's election, the term "socialism" has been thrown  around and used much too loosely, resulting in any kind of  socialist policy to be labeled as socialism. Democratic socialism  (even though Bernie is more of a...
If anything, it would split the Democratic vote and hand the  election to Trump (see the elections of 1912, 1992, and 2000 for  past examples).
Comic writer Larry David Plays Sanders on SNL.
As of 6/24/16 he is and will continue to run until the Democratic  Convention, but has said that it's unlikely that he will win over  enough super delegates to become the nominee.
As of June 22, 2016, Bernie is endorsing himself.
Sanders will be remembered as an honest, incorruptible middle of  the road Democrat. He is also a folk singer and author.   Bernie Sanders is a middle of the road Democrat as is Barack Obama  vs Hillary who is right wing. His honesty stands in sharp contrast  to Hillary Clinton who has a...
The Democratic Party. As a self-identified social democrat, with a belief in and respect for European-style welfare states, Sanders is unlikely to caucus with the Republicans.