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MANCHESTER, NH – trim discontent and ignored warnings from longtime Fans that he could lose the New Hampshire primary Bernie Sanders of Vermont sen on Sunday, the Director of his election campaign, replaced operations in the Granite State.
The campaign broke the news on Sunday, more than 40 members of Sanders’ steering committee. The campaign announced that Joe Caiazzo was replaced as the state head.
Shannon Jackson, who made the announcement, will replace him. Jackson ran Sanders’ 2018 Senate re-election campaign and a senior, is the adviser to the independent senator, 2016 White house bid, as well as the current campaign.
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“Thank God, the campaign eventually found out that she had, the major changes in New Hampshire,” a longtime Sanders supporters who attended the meeting, told Fox News.
The move comes as some of Sanders supporters in New Hampshire to look over the shoulder of Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts – the other progressive types of sources in the record field of Democratic presidential candidates.
Sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont, speaks at the New Hampshire Democratic party annual meeting, on Saturday, may 7. September 2019 in Manchester, N. H.
The recent polls in the state have fluctuated. A live telephone operator interview from the Boston Herald and Franklin Pierce University, stated Sanders at 29 percent, the overall leader and Ex-Vice President Joe Biden at 21 percent, and Elizabeth Warren at 21 percent. But a more recent survey suggested a three-way tie between the three top-tier contenders and a third suggested Biden Sanders residue, and Warren.
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Sanders ‘ campaign manager Faiz Shakir said in a statement on Sunday that “we have a great team in NH, we have built and are in a really strong position. The campaign is now the structure of our operations, Massachusetts and Maine state directors as we increase our focus in the Super Tuesday States. We run a 50-state campaign to secure with no state or voters for granted and build our operations in the democratic nomination.”
Caiazzo has been moved to one of these Super-Tuesday-States – Massachusetts. Caiazzo served as the Sanders campaign 2016 Director in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
But Shakir’s statement is contrary to what emphasized a different member of the Bureau, who also asked to remain anonymous.
Note on the campaign, told supporters: “they listened to everything, the steering Committee proposed.” The supporters also complained that some of the “Bernie the men behind the” not wanted to be Warren, because the campaign “listen to you.”
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Sanders has repeatedly renounced the calling of New Hampshire, a “must win” state.
“This is obviously a very important state like Iowa, South Carolina. We are working hard. We make many, many rallies around the state, and I feel pretty good,” he said at a stop in the state on the day of the work.
But, a veteran Granite State political scientist, said the first primary state is crucial to both Sanders and Warren.
“New Hampshire is a must-have-or-city, state, for senators Sanders and Warren,” said Wayne Lesperance, Vice-President of academic Affairs and a political science professor at New England College. “For both candidates, there is no better home-field-advantage in the early States than the Granite State.”
Sanders beat Hillary Clinton in the state’s February 2016 Democratic presidential primary, for the introduction of the one-time longshot in an epic marathon battle with the eventual candidate. Sanders’ support and organization in the state remained very strong, he also ended his first White house bid. Its steering Committee met on a monthly basis, since the year 2016 Federal election. But the 2020 race is a different competition, and Sanders now in front of rivals who preach the same progressive policies that he previously mainstream of the Democratic party has made it four years ago.
The transfer from Caiazzo to Massachusetts, and Jackson, New Hampshire came one day after the campaign, with a senior New Hampshire adviser Kurt Ehrenberg separated.
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“From the beginning, there was a clear and fundamental difference of opinion between Mr. Caiazzo, and me, like a successful presidential primary campaign in New Hampshire,” Ehrenberg told Fox News on Sunday.
Ehrenberg, a long-time recreational sports, and work organizer, setting up Sanders in the crucial New Hampshire organization for Sanders’ first White house bid in the spring and summer of 2015.