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Throughout the summer, a largely unseen legion of technology professionals across the country — software developers and designers, product managers and more — have been moonlighting online on Mr. Sanders’s behalf. They have been applying their initiative, creativity, organizational skills and, above all, technical prowess in their off hours to support an underdog candidate who has been more than grateful for the help.

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A group of software developers and designers, product managers and more have used their prowess to create apps and other tools to help the candidate.
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Hope and change! No wait, who?
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Your biggest problem you have never had areal middle of the road party so how can
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Leftist paranoial is destoyingthe best nation in
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Forty-four percent of likely Democratic presidential primary voters in the state backed Sanders, while Clinton had the backing of 37 percent.

The poll, conducted August 7-10, has a 4.7 percent margin of error.

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If someone still needs a warning about the bias of the US 'news' media: this is huge unreported news. You'd think some 'journalist' would want the scoop.
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As  Fox News hosted the first full debate between the "top-tier" candidates of the Republican presidential candidates on Thursday night, Sen. +Bernie Sanders​ took in the show with an active social media hashtag to offer his reflections on the #GOP discussion—remarking on their responses, making note of what issues they avoided or refused to discuss, and letting his 2016 rivals know what it might look like to #DebateWithBernie.

Ironically, at least according to the Boston Globe's Nik DeCosta-Klipa, it was Sanders who won the GOP debate—at least on Twitter.
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When they've won the primary and are in general election I will consider them a threat...until then...w/e.
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"We are here today to send a very loud and a very clear message to the United States Congress, the President of the United States, and corporate America," Democratic presidential candidate +Bernie Sanders​ bellowed before a crowd of striking low-wage workers in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday. "In the richest country on the face of the earth, no one who works 40 hours a week should be living in poverty."

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Sen. +Bernie Sanders isn't only drawing enormous crowds; he's within 7 percentage points of Clinton in Iowa, he's surpassed Clinton in New Hampshire, he beats Trump in a general election and people around the country love him.

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Choosing Sanders in 2016 gives Democrats a viable alternative to politics as usual.
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+Nigel Star suck a railgun
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Liberal revolutionary +Bernie Sanders, riding an updraft of insurgent passion in Iowa, has closed to within 7 points of #HillaryClinton in the Democratic presidential race.

She's the first choice of 37 percent of likely Democratic caucusgoers; he's the pick for 30 percent, according to a new Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics Iowa Poll.

But Clinton has lost a third of her supporters since May, a trajectory that if sustained puts her at risk of losing again in Iowa, the initial crucible in the presidential nominating contest.

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+Stephen Glasskeys ARE you out of yyour mind, or are you just having a brain fart
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Mainly, with nine points down, support for Clinton has now dipped under 50% for the first time since polling on the presidential race began.  Her favorability rating has also switched to the negative for the first time in her campaign, with 44% holding a favorable view, and 53% an unfavorable one.

By contrast, Vermont Senator +Bernie Sanders has jumped up in the polls by ten points since July, holding the second place in the Democratic race at 29%. Sanders’ level of support is still short of the 47% support Clinton enjoys, but the poll does intimate a shift in the electorate.

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While Hillary Clinton maintains a leading edge of Republican contenders for the 2016 Presidential election, a new CNN/ORC poll shows that the former Secretary of State’s lead in the democratic race is narrowing.
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"I know, and you know, that the best chance for this country is discussing the issues that matter. Republicans aren’t going to do it, so we need more Democratic #debates — more than the 4 scheduled by the #DNC before the Iowa Caucuses." -- +Bernie Sanders

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Burnie aint going to do it either.
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“I don’t know that we can squeeze any more people in here,” Sanders said as he looked out on the cheering, sign-waving crowd packing the convention hall. “Some people told me #Louisiana was a conservative state. I guess not.”

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Bernie capped a weekend in Louisiana with a Sunday night rally attended by some 4,500 people at the Pontchartrain Center near New Orleans.
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Sanders is Obama on steroids!
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