USA: It is time for Massachusetts to lead the political revolution, says Sanders

Democratic Party presidential nominee hopeful Bernie Sanders told his Massachusetts supporters it’s up them to lead a “political revolution”, at a pre-Super Tuesday election rally in Milton, Massachusetts, on Monday. “I was just thinking, not an original thought, but your state led the American revolution,” Sanders told his audience, adding, “now it is time for Massachusetts to lead the political revolution.” Sanders is polling in a dead heat with rival Hillary Clinton in the key New England state, which borders his own home state of Vermont. In eleven states Democratic supporter swill choose their preferred nominee on March 1, ‘Super Tuesday’, and winning in Massachusetts could be key for the outsider candidate as he attempts to counter Clinton’s southern support base. Criticising Clinton’s campaign, which has received strong support from corporate and wealthy donors, Sanders concluded, “Now I am not quite sure how you bring about real change in America if your Super-PAC collects millions and millions of dollars from Wall Street, and from drug companies, and from the fossil fuel industry.”

Democratic Party presidential nominee hopeful Bernie Sanders told his Massachusetts supporters it's up them to lead a "political revolution", at a pre-Super Tuesday election rally in Milton, Massachusetts, on Monday. "I was just thinking, not an original thought, but your state led the American revolution," Sanders told his audience, adding, "now it is time for Massachusetts to lead the political revolution." Sanders is polling in a dead heat with rival Hillary Clinton in the key New England state, which borders his own home state of Vermont. In eleven states Democratic supporter swill choose their preferred nominee on March 1, 'Super Tuesday', and winning in Massachusetts could be key for the outsider candidate as he attempts to counter Clinton's southern support base. Criticising Clinton's campaign, which has received strong support from corporate and wealthy donors, Sanders concluded, "Now I am not quite sure how you bring about real change in America if your Super-PAC collects millions and millions of dollars from Wall Street, and from drug companies, and from the fossil fuel industry."