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back in new hampshire, sanders hopes for a reprise of 2016
Bernie Sanders swept New Hampshire Sunday to become the first stop for the state\'s 2020 presidential candidates, making him a force in Democratic politics in 2016 --
And may play a bigger role in his ambition next year.
\"This is where the political revolution started,\" Sanders told hundreds of people who braved the snowstorm to meet him in Concord . \". “Thank you.
Sanders hopes to regain that spirit and those votes in his second presidential campaign.
The last time he won the New Hampshire primary by up to 22 percent, if he can\'t release a second strong performance, his path to a Democratic nomination in 2020 will be weakened.
The Vermont independent\'s two rallies on Sunday were a setback to his famous events in 2016, including hundreds of supporters, Sanders in a speech for more than an hour, cycling through his favorite includes income inequality and the high cost of prescription drugs.
Sanders did not ask any questions about the voters or the media participating in the event.
He only stopped for a short time after each stop to take a photo with several supporters who crowded into the candidates.
Compared to what he officially announced eight days ago, Sanders just mentioned his biography lightly in station, which is another similarity to 2016.
In Keane, who spoke to hundreds of people sitting in the auditorium, he made a sharp contrast between himself and Trump, saying that the president was born rich, while Sanders was in
A class family lives on a salary and gives him only 25 cents a week.
\"I know where I\'m from and it\'s a reality that I\'ll never forget,\" Sanders said . \".
Talking about the need to deal with climate change and reduce the cost of higher education, he mentioned his grandson, some of whom live in New Hampshire.
He also occasionally shows humor when he explains his goals.
\"It\'s not bumper stickers when we talk about \'We, not me\',\" Sanders said . \".
He paused and added: \"Although it may become a bumper sticker.
Sanders\'s ability to push Democrats to his place in 2016 was at the heart of his Sunday debate.
Two years ago, he said, his idea was considered \"radical and extreme\", but now the party has basically accepted the practice of raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour, reduce the cost of college tuition and promote universal medical care.
Sanders lamented his rival Hillary Clinton\'s relationship with the Democratic Party in 2016, but this time his allies have gained more influence in these circles.
In Saturday\'s election, the New Hampshire Democratic Party voted for two of his 2016 prominent supporters to the organization\'s rules committee.
Sanders\'s campaign announced that they were in charge of New Hampshire, Joe caiyazo, who worked for Sanders in Massachusetts and Rhode Island in the 2016 primary, and served as Clinton\'s Rhode Island state general election director.
Another veteran of the Sanders 2016 campaign, Cary Stevenson, will become his communications director in the state.
Sanders was still very concerned about the 2016 campaign on Sunday.
He talked about how the New Hampshire victory won him in 21 other states, which earned him 13 million votes.
Sanders said: \"The most important thing is that he won more votes for young people, black and white people, Latinos, Asian Americans and Indigenous Americans than Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton add up
He also claimed that he succeeded in pushing the Democratic Party to reduce the impact of superdelegates, who largely supported Hillary Clinton in 2016 ).
The last election also appeared in the mind of some Sanders supporters: T-
The shirt sold in Concord shows Sanders\'s frowning face, which says: \"It looks like 2020 afterwards\", a message to those who may regret not supporting him last time.
A woman who introduced Sanders at the Concord rally raised one in the crowd and won applause, but a spokeswoman for Sanders later said
The shirt was not officially approved.
\"I\'m just worried that DNC will rob him again,\" Concord\'s Nicholas Shaw said before watching Sanders speak.
He is referring to allegations that the Democratic National Committee has tilted its rules toward Clinton.
Shaw says Sanders is his \"number one\" choice because he sees Sanders as an irreproachful counter
\"Bernie was spotless for me,\" he said . \".