Before the midterms, Bernie Sanders addresses fired-up crowd in downtown Phoenix

Vermont Independent sen. Bernie Sanders took the podium in front of thousands of people to its rally in downtown Phoenix.

(Fox 10)

At the Orpheum theatre in downtown Phoenix, in front of thousands of people, Senator Bernie Sanders fires, as he took the podium for his rally.

The Vermont Independent, have pushed a progressive platform for immigration, health and income inequality.

“We want an agenda that puts working families,” said Sanders.

Sanders held the handle on the energy and enthusiasm generated by his 2016 presidential campaign. And these Fans have never stopped following his political movement.

Arizona Democrat Congressman Raul Grijalva and Ruben Gallego also spoke to the crowd today. Gallego pointed out, what is meant Sanders’ presence and support in Phoenix.

“It recognizes that Arizona is a swing state in 2020. It also recognizes that in 2018, we have some really strong races, where we can really make a difference in relation to control of the house and the Senate,” Gallego.

Sanders speaks in several places across the nation, but there is no word on him is running for President in the year 2020. He says that he is the sole focus on the 2018 midterm elections.

This story originally appeared on Fox 10.

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