Besides his policies and integrity, Bernie is also the candidate with the least “unpresidential” moments.

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There's Joe's finger-nibbling and hairy-leg-stroking, Bloomberg's prison labour, Buttigieg's forging endorsements, Williamson's anti-vax rhetoric, and the worst thing Bernie's ever done is advertise his book in an AMA.

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Non-American here. Can someone explain why Bernie is the best candidate?

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Before you go on : I barely know anything about American politics but I'm interested in Bernie Sanders in particular, expect me to say a lot of wrong stuff or things you might not like.

Needless to say, i expect the answers to be heavily biased.

I understand that literally anyone is better than Trump or Hillary, but what makes Bernie the one for you all?

The dude is 78, which usually is not a good sign. I briefly read about his policies and politics on Wikipedia and he seems alright except in some stuff that made me go "meh" at worst.

I guess what I don't like about him is how old he is, because from experience that's a guarantee for him to be disconnected from the real world.

Tl;dr : why bernie and not anyone else for you? What makes him special? (him not being Trump is not a good answer, because anyone is better than Trump)

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As a Canadian / Australian, I believe Bernie would be the perfect candidate to represent America.

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He had come a long long way since he started fighting for the people and the working class. He had witnessed numerous significant historic events and he actually pays attention to the people's need (health care above all). I truely hope he wins.

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What “candidate path” ultimately led you to Bernie this campaign?

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I know a lot of people here supported Bernie since his 2016 campaign, but this sub has also gained a ton of people in the last few months, many of whom I've seen posts from saying they came from X candidate wanting to learn more.

So I want to get a giant list of candidate paths people took this go-around to get to Bernie. Basically who you first started researching and identifying with, even if you didn't feel 100% support for, but who you felt was your top choice at the time.

I'll start (and try to stick to this format and feel free to add any commentary below it):

Beto –> Pete –> Warren –> Bernie

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