The Coronavirus Paradox: Biden’s Delegate Lead Increases as the Need for Bernie’s Politics Adds Up: The unfolding health and economic crises confirms the importance of moving quickly in the direction Bernie Sanders has been pointing. It is time to construct a new normal that is truly decent—one that

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The Coronavirus Paradox: Biden's Delegate Lead Increases as the Need for Bernie's Politics Adds Up: The unfolding health and economic crises confirms the importance of moving quickly in the direction Bernie Sanders has been pointing. It is time to construct a new normal that is truly decent—one that submitted by /u/Honest_Dictator
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[Florida] I am almost 27, and this is the first time I have voted in my entire life. Thanks all!

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Ive always been sick of all the same people running for office. Swapping back and forth on policies like theyre topics-of-the-week, just saying shallow things to convince the population that theyre the better choice – only to enter office and accomplish next to nothing what they promise.

Politics had always felt like a lost cause in my mind, but for the first time ever I feel excited about voting.

Big thanks to everyone here for the guidance and tips. Heres for a better future!

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I just voted for the first time in my life.

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I was never really a political person until I had a family. Last election, I was 20 and didn't really care who became the president. In my mind, it would basically be more of the same no matter who won. Since then I've adopted a daughter, been married, bought my first home, and got a well-paying union job. Essentially, I've grown up quite a bit, and I've realized that Bernie is the only candidate who gives a shit about people like me. People who are struggling, who can't pay their medical bills (or refuse to seek medical attention because the KNOW they can't pay medical bills), blue-collar working people who need a hand. So, I left work early to come vote for Bernie Sanders. I'm in a very Trump-y area, and I don't know if it will make a difference, but I know there's a good chance that it CAN make a difference. I'm hopeful for my future and for the future of this country.

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I voted for the first time at 17 years old!

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Today I cashed in my vote for Bernie Sanders in the Illinois primary. As a young person, I felt as if it was my civic responsibility to represent the youth vote and put my money where my mouth is. A lot more teens are energized by Bernie than most people think. We want change. We want progressivism. We want healthcare. We want equality. As a teen, as an African-American, as an American, I feel completely confident about my vote today.

Feel the Bern!

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