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Aaron Pereira

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Kyle Kulinski: Biden loves to tell voters not to vote for him.

He seems to be doing it often and Iowa voters seem to be following his advice.

Posted by Aaron Pereira | Thu Jan 30, 2020, 04:17 PM (2 replies)

Boston Herald: Sanders surges to top in latest N.H. likely voter poll. S.29% B.22%

Bernie Sanders has moved to the lead in New Hampshire in a poll that shows a dramatic shake-up in the race, a new Franklin Pierce, Boston Herald, NBC 10 poll shows.

Sanders has taken the lead in the poll of ďlikelyĒ New Hampshire voters with 29% followed by Joe Biden at 22% and Elizabeth Warren with 16% and Pete Buttigieg with 10%.

Just two weeks ago, the previous FPU, Herald, NBC10 poll, had Biden in the lead at 26% with Sanders at 22% and Warren at 18% and Buttigieg at 7%.

Posted by Aaron Pereira | Mon Jan 27, 2020, 02:34 PM (8 replies)

The Onion: Rogan Endorsement Sends Dangerous Message He's Trying To Win Election

ďItís very unnerving to see a Democratic candidate like Bernie Sanders try to court voters from varying constituencies and demographics. Itís like his whole strategy is beating Trump. We saw hints of this in 2016, but Iím truly sickened to see it rearing its ugly head again."

Posted by Aaron Pereira | Fri Jan 24, 2020, 06:16 PM (7 replies)

Sanders holds 4-point lead on Biden in new California poll.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is leading the crowded Democratic primary field in California, according to a new poll from the University of Southern California's Rossier School of Education/PACE.

The survey showed Sanders with a 28 percent lead among California voters who said they planned to vote in the Democratic primary. Former Vice President Joe Biden follows in second place at 24 percent support.

Sanders is capturing a much higher percentage of Latino voters in 2020 and it seems to be paying off in California.

Posted by Aaron Pereira | Thu Jan 23, 2020, 02:37 PM (7 replies)
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