Will lot of people be more careful when voting for Bernie in the primary?

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Last time, the primary was rigged by being closed before lot of independents and Republicans knew Bernie and they couldn't vote for him.

Will they be more careful this time and re-register this year?

How could the message be widespread all over the country, so more Republicans and independents will register as democrats before the primary closes?

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NY Changes Primary Deadlines

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https://www.newsday.com/opinion/columnists/rita-ciolli/democratic-party-voting-switching-jay-jacobs-1.31392527

  • Those registered in an official party — Republican, Democratic, WFP, Conservative, Independence, for example — can switch their affiliation up to 60 days before a primary.
  • Those who are registered voters but are unaffiliated will have more time to make up their minds. Their deadline is 25 days out. For unregistered voters, the time remains the same as it is under the current rules, 25 days before.

Great news!

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I’m not saying I agree with the Bernie or Bust movement (though I largely am one), but doesn’t that suggest he is the one to support during the primary?

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I'm not saying people that really believe in Tulsi, Beto, Warren, Yang, etc. should switch to Bernie. I'm just thinking that if you were a voter that really didn't feel strongly about a particular candidate but just felt "we have to beat Trump", wouldn't that make you more inclined to vote for Bernie during the primary? It seems as though so many people (and I don't know if they're shills or not) seem to oppose Bernie because of "Bernie or Bust" voters. That makes little sense to me. If you oppose him because of ideas, fair enough. If you oppose him because his supporters REALLY believe in him and feel no one else is comparable, then…..that's seems illogical.

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Reminder: Make sure you’ve registered your party affiliation as Democrat by November 2018 in order to vote for Bernie in NY in the primary

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In state of New York, already registered voters that want to change their party affiliation in order to vote in the 2019 primary election need to submit a change of party affiliation before November 2018. November. 2018. That's correct, BEFORE… NOVEMBER… 2018.

Thanks to NY state law section 5-304.3.

A change of enrollment received by the board of elections not later than the twenty-fifth day before the general election shall be deposited in a sealed enrollment box, which shall not be opened until the first Tuesday following such general election. Such change of enrollment shall be then removed and entered as provided in this article.

And clarified under "Changing Party Enrollment" in November 2018 Election Law Update.

A new voter both registers to vote and enrolls in a party (optional) simultaneously by submitting a voter registration application to the board of elections. Any registered voter may thereafter submit a change of enrollment to switch political parties at any time. However, the change of party is not effective until the Tuesday following the next General Election, provided the change of enrollment was received by the board at least twentyfive days before the General Election (Election Law § 5-304 [3]). The statutory delay for enrollment changes has withstood constitutional challenges. (Rosario v Rockefeller, 410 752 [1973]; VanWie v Pataki, 87 F Supp 2d 148 [NDNY 2000]).

Have a great day!

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NEW HAMPSHIRE DEM PRIMARY POLL: Early #2020 preference #FITN: 36% @JoeBiden – 18% @BernieSanders – 9% @PeteButtigieg – 8% @EWarren – 6% @KamalaHarris – 2% @CoryBooker – 2% @AmyKlobuchar – 2% @BetoORourke –

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Important caveat courtesy to Doug Johnson Hatlem

https://twitter.com/djjohnso/status/1126527179142127618

Monmouth's share of the vote by age for this poll (approximate):

18-49: 33%

50-64: 33

65+: 33

Share of the same from the 2016 exits:

18-49: 49%

50-64: 33

65+: 18

Original poll tweet: https://twitter.com/MonmouthPoll/status/1126517340701638656

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Three things Bernie Sanders’ Campaign needs to do to win the primary

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First look at how AOC ran her campaign and use that strategy nationwide. AOC was able to get many non-voters into the political process. Someone needs to get in touch with people who ran her campaign and discuss this with them.

Second, Bernie Sanders needs to sell himself better. He was the ammendment king in the House of Representatives. He needs to talk more about his legislative accomplishments. Bernie has been a leader on many issues long before they became mainstream. He needs to remind voters how effective he is and how he is strong leader. Bernie Sanders also has to sell his proposals better. One example is his proposal to expan Social Security by $ 1300 per year. He could use a slogan "claim your money." Another example is he could explain to teachers how Medicare for All would benefit them. Explain how teachers would not have to negotiate heal benefits. He needs to get as many teacher's union endorsements as possible.

Third, Bernie Sanders need to be more aggressive. When talking about Joe Biden's voting record he needs to explain the conesquences of what Joe Biden did. Talk about how much money he recived from special interest groups and how it influenced him.

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The New Hampshire primary will make or break Bernie Sanders

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Bernie Sanders must win New Hampshire in the Democratic primary or risk a fatal blow to his campaign.

“I find it very hard to see him winning the nomination if he doesn’t succeed in New Hampshire,” said Mark Longabaugh, a former top Sanders strategist who helped mastermind the 2016 campaign in the state.

The first-in-the-nation primary, which comes eight days after the Iowa caucuses, is crucial for Sanders. His main competition there so far includes former Vice President Joe Biden, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, political experts told me. Both Sanders and Warren have a neighboring-state advantage, hailing from Vermont and Massachusetts, respectively. The fact New Hampshire is in their backyard raises the stakes for each candidate.

https://www.vox.com/2019/5/6/18306338/new-hampshire-primary-bernie-sanders

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