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Sen Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign is pushing back against what they call a faulty narrative in the media, the independent senator from Vermont, slides in the White house bid.
“While you may not know it from the current reporting in the media, Bernie Sanders is a positive development in his campaign for the presidency, as is shown by several points,” the campaign argues in a memo released on Monday morning.
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And in a conference call with reporters, senior adviser Jeff Weaver specifically took aim at recent reports by CNN, MSNBC and The Washington Post.
Weaver, the campaign’s latest Fund-raising is touted figures – including the contributions of 850,000 donors, 2.5 million donations a total of $27.5 million cash on hand 1. In July, he was stressed more than any of the other two dozen candidates for the democratic presidential nomination.
Sanders campaign pollster Ben Tulchin emphasizes several times that the narrative that Sanders is slipping in the polls “is not true.”
Refers to an analysis of public opinion polls of the last month is the second round of the primaries, debates, polling website, FiveThirtyEight, Tulchin said that a “new independent polling analysis shows that Sanders has won the support of candidates for the second round of the debate and solidly in second place among the field.”
The pushback from the campaign against what they consider a bad and negative media narrative against their candidate came hours before Sanders returned to New Hampshire, the state that holds the first presidential primary, in the race for the White house.
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New Hampshire Sanders put on the map four years ago. His crushing defeat of Hillary Clinton in February, made the 2016 primary him a media sensation and launched him into a marathon fight against the eventual candidacy.
But the 2020 cycle is a whole new ball game – with a record number of Democratic candidates, including many that promote the same progressive proposals, the Sanders moved from the margin into the mainstream of the Democratic party four years ago.
The first-in-the-nation primary is considered a must-win state for Sanders, as well as Sen. Elizabeth Warren in Massachusetts (which are also neighbors of New Hampshire). Both candidates have large campaign staffs in the state, as the populist standard-bearer of the fight for the progressive heart of the Democratic party.
Recent polling suggests holt Warren.
The only post-second round of the debate, the survey put in the granite state, the former Vice-President Joe Biden – the frontrunner in the nomination race – at 21 percent, with Sanders to 17 percent. Warren was 14 percent in the Suffolk University poll for the Boston only 3 percentage points in the Globe, behind Sanders. All other registered in the single-digit range.
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The Massachusetts senator, meanwhile, has a message that the N. H. is in resonance with some of the former Bernie ‘ the men behind-how Ron Abramson of the bow, who was a big Sanders supporter in 2016.
This time around, Abramson, New Hampshire’s top immigration lawyers, save Warren.
“For me, in 2020, not 2016. I still like, admire and respect Bernie. I appreciate what he has done, especially in terms of the design of the national conversation and move certain topics to the, what seemed to be more on the edge, in the realm of possibility, and the mainstream discussion,” Abramson said.
But, he added, “I felt like this was the time for someone to reach you more Details about how that some of these goals and priorities, and may have, in fact, appeal to a broader segment of the electorate.”
Abramson– who hosted a house party for Warren last month, stressed that he believes that Warren “has the ability to appeal to more people, in terms of both the primary and the General.”
But Cohen, a progressive radio host and former longtime state senator from New Castle, Burt argues that “we really need to win, the Midwest, and I have the feeling – talk about good friends in this part of the world that Bernie connects better than Elizabeth Warren does.”
Sanders continues to have a large group of very dedicated supporters. The Sanders-steering Committee has been meeting monthly since the election in 2016.
Cohen is a member of the steering committee. But he holds formally, the approval of Sanders, until two weeks ago, as he took a long look at the other candidates for the democratic nomination.
While he endorsed Sanders, he added, he is also a Warren fan who says, “I like both of them.”
He acknowledged that some Sanders are supporters in New Hampshire concerned about Warren’s growing strength.
Asked whether it worries that Warren intervene on Sanders supporters in the granite state, he said succinctly, “Yes.”