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Sanders' Push for a 'Future to Believe In' Manifests in Other Political Candidates


“This campaign is about empowering people to understand that democracy is not a spectator sport.”

NEW YORK — As Sen. Bernie Sanders (Vt.) himself has admitted, he most likely will not be the Democratic presidential nominee, but he still sees "a future to believe in" — in other political candidates.

Speaking at an energetic rally Thursday in midtown Manhattan, Sanders promised a roaring crowd of supporters, all of whom were seemingly unfazed by poll numbers and the inevitable, that he will continue with his political revolution. But to do that, Sanders implored others to get involved in politics — whether that be in a local school board or at the congressional level.

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