How we are going to help Bernie Sanders come back and win the Democratic nomination on June 2, 2020.

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Hello, everyone! Let's take a look at where we are and what we gotta do to win this historically unusual race.

State of the race:

  • 30 primaries done. 27 primaries remaining.
  • 1,991 delegates to clinch the Democratic nomination
  • Joe Biden has about 1,215. Biden needs 776 more to clinch.
  • Bernie Sanders has about 909. Sanders needs 1,082 more to clinch.
  • There are 1,679 delegates remaining.
  • Sanders needs to win about 64% of the remaining delegates to clinch the Democratic Nomination.
  • Many primary dates in motion due to Coronavirus. Many primaries will be by mail. June 2 is now as important as Super Tuesday.
  • No candidate is going to win before June 2.

Bernie can win 2/3 of the remaining delegates.

We live in interesting times. After being historically huge, the Democratic field only recently narrowed to two candidates, Bernie and Biden. Biden is plummeting in opinion polls. Bernie is skyrocketing. Due to the extended primary calendar, the Sanders campaign has until June to make its case. Due to Coronavirus and the fact that his opponents are Trump and Biden, Bernie currently looks like the only responsible adult in the room.

Elections and states are won by 2/3 margins all of the time. We can do this! Here's how.

Strategy: GOTV and Convince People Over 50

Bernie Sanders is crushing the vote with folks under 45. Biden is crushing the vote with people over 50. People over 50 are voting in much greater numbers, which is why Biden is currently winning. Our path to victory thus lay in 1) Turning out the Youth Vote, and 2) Convincing older folks that Bernie is the best, most electable candidate to run for the Democrats in 2020.

Do Your Part #1: Make sure you vote. Make sure your friends vote.

The following states and territories are all going to be offering voting by mail –


Alaska, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Virgin Islands, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

Tell everyone you know in these states to go vote for Bernie Sanders! The BERN app can help you keep track. Join the call or texting teams do even more.

Do Your Part #2: Share Good Stories About Bernie With People Over 50

There are four narratives you need to respectfully share with people over 50 to help get these seniors on our side:

  • Bernie Sanders is much more electable against Trump than Biden.
  • Joe Biden has tried to cut Social Security many times.
  • Bernie Sanders is a New Deal Democrat.
  • Bernie Sanders is the only leader we have during Coronavirus pandemic.

Call your parents and grandparents. Talk to older folks in your communities. Share 1 pro-Bernie article on Facebook everyday. Get out of your comfort zone and respectfully let people know why Bernie Sanders is the best and most electable candidate in 2020.

Let's get out there and win this nomination in June!

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Primary contests are going to continue to get postponed – THE DEMOCRATIC RACE WILL LIKELY BE DECIDED ON JUNE 2. So tell everyone you know in these states about Joe Biden’s terrible record on Social Security, student loans, mass incarceration, segregation, gay marriage, Iraq War, and exporting jobs.

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Reach out to people you know in these states and tell them you want them to vote for Bernie.

Get the BERN app to help you reach out.

Click your state to find out more on where to vote

Alaska Register as a Democrat, send in your mailed ballot, or vote in person 4/4.

Connecticut Register as a Democrat by 4/23. 17 YEAR OLDS CAN VOTE. Vote 4/28

Delaware Register as a Democrat by 4/4. Request a mailed ballot here by 4/24, or vote in person 4/28.

Washington D.C. Register/Affiliate as a Democrat by 5/12. Vote early here 5/16-5/28. Vote in person on 6/2.

Georgia – Early Voting ends MARCH 20th.

Guam Vote 5/2, 10am-6pm.

Hawaii – Register, then Affiliate as a Democrat here. If you haven't received a mailed ballot, Vote in person 4/4.

Indiana Register to vote by 4/6. 17 Year Olds can vote. Vote early from 4/7-5/4 in person. Or vote in person 5/5.

Kansas Register/ Affiliate as a Democrat. 17 Year Olds can vote. Return your mailed ballot, or vote 5/2.

Kentucky Register as a Democrat by 4/20. Vote 5/19.

Louisiana Register/Affiliate as Democrat by MARCH 14th. Vote early here MARCH 21st- MARCH 28th. Vote June 20th.

Maryland Register/Affiliate Democrat by 4/7. Request a mailed ballot here. Vote early in person here 4/16-4/23. Vote 6/2.

Montana Register on site. Vote early 5/4-6/1. Vote 6/2.

Nebraska Register by 4/27. 17 Year olds can vote. Vote early starting 4/13 here. Vote 5/12.

New Jersey Register or Affiliate as a Democrat by 4/8. Vote early here 4/18-6/1. Vote 6/2

New York Register as a Democrat by 4/3. Early vote here 4/18-4/26. Vote 6/2.

New Mexico Register/Affiliate as Democrat by 5/5. Early Vote here 5/5-5/30. Vote 6/2.


Oregon Register or Affiliate as Democrat by 4/28. Send in your mailed ballot.

Pennsylvania Register/Affiliate as a Democrat by 3/29. Get your Mail In Ballot here. Vote 4/28.

Puerto Rico Vote April 26th.

Rhode Island Register to vote by MARCH 29th. Vote 4/28.

South Dakota Register by 5/18. Vote early here 4/17-6/1. Vote 6/2.

U.S. Virgin Islands Register by 5/6. Vote 6/6.

Wisconsin Vote early MARCH 24th- 4/5. Vote 4/7.

West Virginia Register by 4/21. 17 Year Olds can vote. Early vote here 4/29-5/9. Vote 5/12.

Wyoming Send this form here by MARCH 20th. Vote early here on MARCH 28th. Vote 4/4.

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How Bernie Sanders is going to come from behind and win the Democratic Nomination.

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State of the Race & Delegate Math

Bernie Sanders started this race by winning the first three states against the broadest primary field the Democratic Party has ever seen. Then Joe Biden won in South Carolina, the entire rest of the field dropped and largely endorsed him. Joe Biden proceeded to have a great three weeks.

Bernie Sanders has about 839 delegates, Joe Biden has about 1,121. We are about 280 delegates behind. It takes 1,991 delegates to secure the nomination. There are 1,851 delegates left to be awarded. The Democratic National Convention is in 118 days. The next primaries are scheduled on April 4 – 17 days from now (though they are likely to be delayed).

This is an uphill race for us right now. We need to blow Joe Biden out in some states in order to win the Democratic nomination. We can do this. Why? Because we are in unprecedented times with an unprecedented candidate.

This Presidential Race Is Unprecedented

There are two extremely unique things about this race. One is Bernie Sanders himself. Sanders is the longest-serving independent in American Congressional history. He represents a unique challenge to the traditional way of doing politics in America.

The second thing is the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We are literally in a pandemic and people are sheltering in place. Today's results an unreliable indicator of how the rest of this Presidential race will go. Most states are going to postpone primaries. There will be a lot of voting by mail, and there will likely be a grande finale vote in June. A week is a long time in politics.

Bernie Can Definitely Still Win

In the time of a mass pandemic, many people are beginning to see the light on Medicare For All. People are wanting Bernie's entire platform RIGHT NOW. This call for Bernie's policies are making him appear like the strongest leader in the race.

The lengthened primary calendar is going to help Bernie and hurt Biden. In national polls released today, Bernie has cut Biden's lead to him to 9 points. A WEEK ago, Biden's lead was 21. The more people learn about Biden, the less they will like him. The next few weeks will see Bernie overtake Biden in the national polls, and this will be reflected in the voting.

As the race continues and the economy deals with pandemic fallout, Bernie Sanders will finish out the primary season with a long string of victories, all of the momentum, and a delegate lead. Right now is a great time to be the Medicare For All candidate.

Like I said, this is an uphill race for us! But there are MANY factors working in our favor. Good work today to all of our volunteers out there! Now take the night off and relax. We will be sending out more information tomorrow about how we are going to win this unprecedented race.

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I know this may be contentious but I’m going to say it: VOTE! Tomorrow.

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I mailed in my ballot long ago. But if you haven't please vote. Try to stay clean. Stay smart about it. Minimize the likelihood that you catch it or infect others. But please don't have the why bother attitude. No matter where you live. We can't let Bernie lose. We have to do everything we can to help him always. Especially vote.

We can't let anything hurt Bernie's campaign. Don't let any Bernie supporters you know not vote. We need to have high turn out no matter what. Bernie can win. Even in places where he will surely lose we need the loss to be minimized. We can't ever give up. Besides anything could happen to this election during this chaos.

If we keep fighting harder than ever. Then maybe this race could flip. And that maybe is super worth it. The possibility that Bernie could win is far more than worth it. No matter how slim it is. I would be proud to brave harsh conditions to vote for Bernie.

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WE ARE GOING TO WIN. This is how.

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Hello, everyone! Let's keep this short and sweet:

1. We are going to win.

We may not have won quite as many states as we wanted, but remember: Super Tuesday was the establishment throwing literally everything they had at us. And where are we at the end of the day? We won California, the biggest state in the country. It's going to take a while for California to finish counting, but we very well may finish the Super Tuesday count by less than 40 delegates back — there are still THOUSANDS left to be won.

Super Tuesday was a speed bump that will be remembered as the high water mark for Joe Biden. Here's why…

2. Joe Biden will wither in the spotlight we are going to shine on him.

Joe Biden led the polls for the entirety of last year. What happened? Americans got a good look at Joe and rejected him soundly in the first three states. Joe has an AWFUL RECORD on working class issues: Decades attacking Social Security. He's responsible for the student loan crisis. He fought desegregation. And perhaps most importantly, I think we all know that Biden would lose to Trump.

People will realize these terrible things about Joe as the race has narrowed. They didn't have enough time to process this in the 1 wild media cycle before Super Tuesday.

This is all to say…

3. Keep up all of the hard work.

You are going to see endless corporate media stories about how Joe Biden is going to be the Democratic nominee. This isn't responsible reporting at this point in the game. They are doing it to demoralize us and hope we stop working so hard. We will win this marathon if we keep volunteering, donating, and talking to people. Donate, download Bern, and attend an event near you!. We got this.

I am so proud of this community. We won California! Now let's get out there, finish winning the nomination, and make Bernie Sanders the 46th President of the United States!

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