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Bernie Sanders campaign appears to be reinvigorated after 3 of the 4 “squad” members made glowing endorsements.
.@BernieSanders isn’t fighting to win just one presidential election — he’s fighting for the soul of our democracy.
Here’s more on why I’m so proud to give Bernie my endorsement for president of the United States: pic.twitter.com/1NLMPnzS1x
— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) October 16, 2019
Now, Breitbart reports Bernie’s November 3rd rally is being moved to a large venue due to high demand.
Per Fox9, the event was originally scheduled to be held at Northop Auditorium. Williams Arena is a much bigger venue with a seating capacity of more than 14,000, while Northrop tops out at 2,700, according to the University of Minnesota.
When Ilhan Omar was recently asked who she would endorse between Biden and Buttigieg, she answered “none” and characterized the scenario as “tragic” if either one were to be nominee.
Breitbart reports Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) November 3 Minneapolis rally, scheduled with an appearance from Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), is moving to a different venue due to high demand, local media outlets reported.
Sanders is slated to hold a rally alongside the far-left Minnesota lawmaker on Sunday. It was originally taking place at the Northrop Auditorium, but organizers opted to move the venue due to high ticket demand. It has now been moved to the Williams Arena, which can hold a crowd of over 14,000. The Northrop Auditorium maxes out at 2,700.
The increased enthusiasm for Sanders has been reflected in recent polls. A Morning Consult poll released this week showed Sanders tying Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) for second place nationally with 20 percent support each, while a UNHSurveyCenter/CNN poll showed the socialist senator regaining his frontrunner status in New Hampshire:
New Hampshire Democratic Primary:
Castro 0%@UNHSurveyCenter/@CNN 10/21-27https://t.co/giBbSiQZBI pic.twitter.com/gf2id1r2aV
— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) October 29, 2019