We need to talk about the NY primary, and all elections, and the need for election judges

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Brooklyn admitted to criminal rigging of the 2016 primary, and Iowa was won by Clinton via a "coin flip". Everyone needs to look into taking the election judge class in their area so that they can save the election for Bernie.

https://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/board-elections-admit-purged-200-000-voters-rolls-article-1.3586490?outputType=amp&__twitter_impression=true

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There is a LOT of time before the primary, lets use it wisely!

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The Democratic National Convention will be held July 13-16, 2020, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Republican National Convention is scheduled to take place August 24-27, 2020, in Charlotte, North Carolina.

I grabbed this from Bing search – can we elaborate on the primary and what it is, how it works, and what we need to achieve to win the primary.

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How has Bernie improved on race since the previous primary?

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My friend claims that Bernie reduces racial issues to economic issues, and that he hasn’t really improved on race since last campaign. I think both criticisms are unfair but I am hoping to be armed with specific evidence of Bernie’s improvement on race when I talk to my friend. Thanks in advance!

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One (possibly overlooked?) reason that Bernie needs to win the primary

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Thinking about this today. Without question, Bernie is the most progressive candidate running and, without question, he is the most passionate, dedicated, and committed candidate running. Also, without question, Bernie has the "cleanest" background and the least amount of controversy. You know a candidate is incredible when the attacks become unfounded ("he makes my skin crawl, but I can't say why") or pathetic ("he wrote a book!").

Now, there are potentially legions of up-and-coming progressive watching this prototype/poster child of integrity and progressive standards and they need to see that a people-funded, high-integrity, honest, for-the-people, progressive candidate can win. If he does, it'll set a precedent and Bernie will continue to lead a huge sweeping change that will be in the history books for how widespread and influential it is.

Here is my concern: If he loses (and, frankly, he'll only lose if the establishment sufficiently fools the people into voting against their interests), this is going to cause many potentially strong progressive candidates to either A) avoid politics or B) take special interest bribes while paying lip service (i.e., playing a fauxgressive).

Both of these possibilities will come out of the legitimate question: If someone as near flawless and people-supported as Bernie can't win, what chance would I have without kowtowing to the establishment and doing their bidding?

Now this doesn't even get into the global warming crises, looming economic crises, etc. that are all-but-guaranteed with a Bernie loss as well, but I'm just focused on the impressionable future progressives.

I think most would stick to a different job other than politician or accept that one "has to play the game" to be successful in politics.

Just my two cents.

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