Talked to 90 voters in Iowa tonight

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I talked to over 90 voters in Iowa tonight, and it ended up being a blast! ended up talking to 17 Bernie supporters, 1 Trump, 1 93 year old Yang supporter, and best of all 0 Biden. Anyone on the fence about phone banking tonight, we NEED your help now more than ever. Monday is going to be huge and we need to Get Out The Vote!!

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Hi from Puerto Rico. I can’t vote for Bernie because I live on the island, but I still gave $50 just now.

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I just watched the Senate vote to block witnesses, which I guess was expected, but I still feel hopeless.

I fear things will get even worse for my little island if Trump remains President. Please, please please, VOTE.

Vote for those of us that can't.

May the force be with us.

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We have to win it for Bernie

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Donate as much as possible. Volunteer as much as possible. Biden is a flawed candidate and Trump is going to abuse that in the general. What are they going to do to Sanders? Call him a socialist? The whole world knows that already! There are no skeletons in Bernie's closet to capitalize on and destroy the morale of the democratic base! Biden will lose and we are the only ones who can prevent a catastrophe! We can do it!

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How do we combat the public perception of sexism in our movement?

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Not here to debate whether the campaign is sexist. Because whether or not you personally *believe* the Sanders campaign to be sexist, the fact is that the sexism narrative is about the only one against Sanders that seems to have any staying power among undecided voters. If this campaign stalls, it will be because the media blasts out any and every instance of the negative stereotype of the "Bernie Bro."

How do we, as a campaign and as individuals, combat that perception? Particularly advice for male supporters in this specific instance–supporters who aren't cis males have different inroads to this conversation, but this narrative makes it quite difficult for Bernie's cis male supporters to be able to hold honest dialogue with undecided voters–especially and particularly with cis women.

The first thing that comes to mind is trying wherever possible to ground your support of Sanders in the endorsements of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar and further elevate their voices, avoiding direct attack statements against specifically Elizabeth Warren, and most importantly *actively listening* to the concerns of women regarding sexism in the movement and asking short, concise questions that encourage them to talk through their concerns.

Any other suggestions?

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Is there a better campaign tool to put it front of Iowa voters than this ??

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Attached survey of 4,200 voters across the country.

Bernie +9 vs. Trump

Biden / Bloomberg +7

Warren / Pete +3

Bernie kicks ass across so many demographics !!

http://www.surveyusa.com/client/PollReport.aspx?g=a98a06be-92cb-493f-a04a-b14c72c8c0e9

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Bernie is going to end the game of healthcare Russian Roulette

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Your child is sick. They've been getting headaches and been losing weight. You take them to the doctor – it's okay, you've got private insurance to help pay for part of the visit. They run some tests. It turns out that your kid has cancer. They need to start chemotherapy treatment right away. It's okay though, you tell yourself that your insurer has got your back. Six sessions later you get a letter from your insurer. It turns out that you had a family history of cancer that you didn't even know about but failed to disclose on one of the dozens of pages of forms you've signed previously. A small technicality. With the letter is a bill – $ 200,000 for the treatment so far. Your savings? Wiped out. You have to take out a loan but you've already taken heaps of time off to be with your child. You can't even afford to pay your other bills. You love your child so you keep the treatment going but you hate yourself because you know it's going to ruin the rest of your family. At some point you think – why does the government allow this to happen to good people? Then you'll remember that there was a candidate that wanted to give everybody universal healthcare. His name: Bernie Sanders. All he wanted to do was help your family. What would you then give to go back and be able to vote for him? Well you don't have to because it's not too late. You can vote to save lives today. It might not be yours or your family's, it might be the life of a person you don't even know. America's health system is a game of Russian Roulette. You'll never know when you'll get sick. You'll never truly know if you're covered, will go bankrupt or will be denied treatment. This happens to people every damn day. You don't know what will happen when that trigger is pulled. Other candidates want to play the same game with a different gun or fewer bullets but Bernie's the only one who want to end the game.

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I’m a former Republican, and Bernie has earned my vote

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Back in late 2015 and early 2016, my former party was leaning in a direction I just could not believe; they were allowing themselves to be taken over by white supremacy, hatred, and bigotry, all espoused by Donald Trump. In the primaries I voted for Marco Rubio (he seemed to me like a moderate guy, and came from the same country as I did), but when it became clear that he wasn't going to become the nominee, and my only choice was Trump, I knew then I had to leave. This wasn't the Republican party anymore.

I started looking elsewhere for a candidate that I could vote for, then I saw the guy who was taking on Hillary Clinton, the guy who got cheated of the 2016 nomination. I didn't know much about Bernie during 2016, but I did know one thing; he took on the Clintons and almost won. So in 2016 I did not vote, because Clinton didn't deserve it, and Trump was sure as hell never getting it.

I looked further into Bernie's policies and found myself agreeing with almost every single one! THIS is the guy my former party calls a communist? Every developed country has these types of policies! The only difference is that he's willing to take on the rich in this country that control everything, and to give power back to the people. I find it hard to find people who can genuinely disagree with everyone having healthcare, education, a working wage, and on top of all of that, saving the climate. I used to dislike Bernie, but now I see the truth; this man wants to make his country better, and we would be stupid not to elect him over Trump.

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