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Explain your VOTING PLAN in a comment here. Tell us:

  1. Which state are you in?
  2. What is the date of your state's Democratic primary election?
  3. Are you registered to vote as a Democrat?
  4. Do you know the address of your polling/voting station (the place where you actually go to vote)?
  5. How are you going to get the polling station?

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Why I, a Bernie 2016 supporter who has been uncommitted in this primary until recently, think it’s important we remain positive and act with integrity

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A year ago I didn't even know if I wanted to get involved in the Democratic primary, or who I would support. I supported and even campaigned for Bernie in 2016, but I wasn't terribly excited for his campaign last year. To be frank, the radical and/or extremely negative Bernie supporters really turned me off. And no, please don't drop the "russians/bots" excuse. I was there in 2016, finding myself slinging mud at Hillary because I was so worked up. I know plenty of it comes from real supporters. But I digress.

Early in 2019, Mayor Pete felt refreshing. He talked about democratic reform more than any candidate, he could talk off the cuff about a lot of issues that other candidates were less willing to, and he had a calm demeanor and articulate speaking voice that felt very Presidential. Eventually, he showed his colors when his campaign started losing steam and he needed ways to build it back up, largely by attacking other candidates, as well as finding new sources of funding (spoilers: not small donors).

Around the time that Pete was coming down, Warren was hitting her stride. She had a great progressive message, came at a more compassionate angle than Bernie, and just felt like a very well-rounded candidate. I've always been fond of her, so I was getting very excited for her instead of Pete. Eventually, she showed her colors when her campaign started losing steam, first by backing off on some of her progressive positions, and now by feeding into this awful smear "leaked" by her staffers.

For the last few weeks I haven't actually been "feeling the Bern" but instead remembering why I had felt it in the first place back in 2015: there's simply no one else. Bernie isn't perfect, no one is, but the dude has more integrity than any other politician, just, like, period. His consistency is unrivaled for someone who has been in politics for this long. So if you give me a "he said, she said" involving Bernie, the answer is always gonna be Bernie.

The claim is so ludicrous that it's dead on arrival to me without any evidence, but I also don't want to have to call Warren a liar. I think she would make a great President, and you can dig through my history–I think if she had run in 2016 she would actually be President right now and I would have loved to have voted for her. But she's just not as honest and consistent as Bernie. No one is. People like him aren't meant to survive the corrupt political system that has pervaded this country.

It's not a coincidence that in the span of a week, Trump tweets about "crazy Bernie's" surge, the media suddenly starts spamming stories about him (both good and bad, but by this point, mostly bad), and Warren chooses not to take the high road but instead double-down on a claim that can't be proven to be true and would be insanely out of character for Bernie to say.

What's truly disappointing is how so many people with different views and in different positions of power all fear the popularity of someone who has such an unapologetically positive message. I'm just tired of all of the negativity. I implore all of you to be positive. Don't attack people. We can see no matter how positive these other campaigns started out, they all went negative when they start to struggle. DON'T fall into that trap. Be better.

If Bernie wins it will be because WE helped convince a majority of the party and a majority of the country that Bernie represents them. Negativity won't change people's minds. Remember that every time you engage with someone.

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Who’s ready to show Bernie some big holiday numbers for a landslide primary win?

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If you've been considering making a big donation, consider trying to give it while there's still 40 some days for the Bernie 2020 team to figure out how to allocate it. Right now is better than February for our primary chances.

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Update on Utah primary

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A few days ago I posted this thread regarding the primary in Utah. I've since sent an email to Utah.gov and and they responded saying the Democratic Presidential primary will indeed be an open primary where any registered voter can partake in it. The only caveat is only registered Democrats can vote by mail, Independents and others have to go to a voting location on March 3rd. So if any of you are living in Utah, you don't need to change your political party to Democrat to vote for Bernie.

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LINK to change CA party preference (PRIMARY ELECTION)

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I heard the news about Bernie gaining lead in CA, tentative congrats! I am a Libertarian and Bernie is the best candidate to beat Trump and I support his visions. Libertarian cannot vote for Democrats in Primary election, but I have been thinking about it for a while. The news inspired me to change my party immediately and for those who has been thinking for a while, it takes 5 minutes to change the history. REGISTER HERE. I am now a part of No Party Preference that is allowed to vote for American Independent, Democrat, and Libertarian candidates (source). I went back to change once again, this time to Democrat party to avoid any potential loophole I may face (foolproof as u/Velcrometer said). I hope this shortcut will allow you to get the ball moving and push Bernie further ahead of other candidates.

EDIT: strikethrough one sentence and made a new one after that following through u/Velcrometer's suggestion, thank you.

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