The Future of our Movement

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., speaks during a news conference to discuss the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement at the IBEW 490 Hall, Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016, in Concord, N.H. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

We are at a critical moment for the future of the Democratic Party and our country. Last night marked the last primary as part of the Democratic nomination process, and we know that our campaign will enter the convention in Philadelphia with more than 1800 delegates.

Our movement has fought against steep odds when so many people counted us out. Together we built a political revolution that fought in every one of more than 50 primaries and caucuses since February. Our delegates from this movement will be the people who vote on the platform of the Democratic Party, and who will have influence on not just who the nominee is this election, but how the next nominee will be elected, too.

The future of our political revolution depends on you. That’s why Bernie Sanders will host a live, online video address this Thursday night at 8:30 p.m. EDT / 5:30 p.m. PDT. Will you join Bernie?

Sign up to RSVP to watch Bernie Sanders’ live, online video message on Thursday night and we’ll send you a text message or email shortly before the event begins.

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Our political revolution is not just about what happens in Philadelphia, or even at the election in November, during which we must stop Donald Trump from becoming president. In order for the work that we have begun to be long-lasting for years to come, we must continue our political revolution. And we need you to be a part of it.

We’ll see you Thursday night.

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5 Comments on "The Future of our Movement"

  1. Bernie can win if we write in his name in the general election. We have enough people to do it.

  2. To Mr Sanders,
    Hello again & congratulations on your truly incredible rise to campaign for a more inclusive & egalitarian society.
    You have done what has amazed many of us living across the other side of the world against vested interests of all stripes.
    With the November elections still to be fought it would be good to see you put forth the odd demand to reform the political system, to put cavaet for change & make the powers that be cave into it.
    Whether as an insider or an outsider, keep the home fires berning & continue for change by smacking down the Trump clown act & the dangers that it presents while discuising itself as movement.
    Keep campaigning as long as there is unjustice & poverty as well as environment desruction abeits.
    This is only the beggining, a voyage of humanity & an evolution of history- a harbinger of hope.

  3. You may want to be aware of those who are endorsing Hillary, and yes, it’s all about globalist elitism. Enjoy!
    http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/06/25/hank-paulson-cites-hillarys-globalist-platform-reason-endorsement/

  4. Patricia Downs | June 29, 2016 at 10:55 am | Reply

    Dear Mr. Sanders, I supported you until now. You’ve stifled the movement by saying that
    you’ll probably vote for Hilary Clinton. Clinton will sell us out on banking/economic reform, the TPP, and many other issues, and you know it. You should have stood your ground and gone with the U.S. Green Party platform which is essentially your platform. Why shouldn’t you be able to change your mind given all that’s happened? I thank you very much for starting the movement and all of your tremendous energy and efforts to unite us and move the country forward, but you’re not the “leader” to continue it.

  5. Bernie demands Wasserman resign so she does then when she is hired by Hillary Campaign Bernie is okay with that…. why? Has he become a big Hypocrite? Was Bernie working for the Clintons all along? #NeverHillary!

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