"I promise to do this as I drive across the country to take on the values we all proud of in Vermont – our belief in justice, in the community, in politics on the ground and in city gatherings – this is what I I am going to be around the whole of this country, "Sanders said in a statement at Vermont Public Radio on Tuesday morning
Sanders is part of the 2020 race as one of the leaders – an extraordinary turn for a democratic socialist who, three years ago, was considered a candidate protest from the political strip. Today Sanders is one of the most popular the most prominent politicians among democratic voters, and his political program – a set of progressive proposals for expanding health care, expanding the network of social security and dismissal of higher education from many democratic parties.
Sanders starts his campaign this time with a higher profile and better organized support base, but instead of fighting a single institution, perhaps a dozen other candidates with a wide and often overlapping appeal are already nominating. It includes as many as a dozen solid progressive contenders who, although not social democrats in the formation of Sanders, share many of his political priorities and political styles. The primary field will also be more racially diverse and, on average, younger. Less than two months before this year, his colleagues from the Senate or participating or studying campaigns, including four out of six women in the race.
And although he joined the race sooner than he did at this stage in 2015, Sanders's accession is close A dozen others, such as the Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, another progressive populist who announced the creation of a research committee on the eve of the New Year and officially announced his candidacy 10 days ago. She quickly picked up the director of the Sanders Union in 2016 in Iowa and already visited the six key states and Puerto Rico.
Sanders spent much of the past years spreading his message and developing relationships with like-minded people and activists during exhaustive travel around the country – with a special look at the states received by Trump in 2016 – and due to his unsurpassed digital operation. His bulk of supporters, although their share of votes is likely to decrease in a crowded field, may be stubborn enough to move him to victory in some of the key states of early voting. His media and the ability to raise a large number of small dollar donations should allow him to compete in California, which went into an initial stage by 2020, creating an expensive new challenge for candidates who, for the most part, lost corporate PAC donations and PAC support.
"He never stopped", – said in January, President of our revolution Nina Turner, trusted advisor. "He remains on the mission, and sometimes people try to knock him down the path, but he is right there, and he never flutters in it. And it's hard to do to be the one who pushes the vision even when it's not popular. It's easy to get on board. when everything becomes popular.
But the growing influence of Sanders has also caused more rigorous control by political opponents, including vocal factions within the Democratic Party, who accuse him of weakening Clinton's support before her loss. Trump, the press and even some of his most dismissed
From the back wall to the front line
"He has stretched out more to work with his colleagues over the past few years to show that efficiency is his biggest plus at the substance level," said the Democratic Republic of Ro Hannah, who led a successful lasting resolution this year in the House.
The policies of the second Sanders campaign are expected to be substantially the same as in 2015 and 2016. However, during the last few weeks, he has started to deploy or repeat proposals to combat economic inequalities and to strengthen programs such as social security. He also plans to reinstate his Medicare legislation for all legislation in tandem with Washington's Promilly Jayapal, who took over the development and patching of an accompanying charter.
For two weeks in January and February Sanders unveiled plans to buy more than 50 years of supplementary social insurance by raising wage taxes on incomes in excess of $ 250,000 and an increase in property tax for the richest Americans by offering the highest bid 77% for heirs-billionaires.
Sanders said in a statement on the eve of deployment, "significantly increasing the property tax for the richest families in this country and sharply reducing the inequality of wealth. From a moral, economic and political point of view, our nation will not flourish when so few people have so much and so much.