5 pieces of advice for Biden

By Noor Lobad1851 Staff

This year’s presidential election will go down in history as one of the most polarizing elections of all time. With so much on the line for so many people, there has been significant friction between members of opposing parties and among those within the same party. In comparison to the staunch rejection of Hilary Clinton that Bernie supporters felt upon her emergence as the Democratic Presidential Nominee in 2016, a notably higher portion of Bernie supporters — like myself — opted to back Biden in this election in order to prevent a second Trump term. Winning the presidency was an important victory, but the fight is not over yet. Here are five things I believe Biden can do to make former Bernie supporters further embrace his presidency.

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Feel the Malarkey

By Bailey Klingaman1851 Staff

On April 13, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders publicly endorsed his former opponent Joe Biden as the Democratic Presidential Nominee. While both politicians have masses of democrats supporting them, a significant amount of Bernie’s followers are college students and millennials.

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Millennials continue to “feel the Bern”

By Allison Nekola & Kayla Dougherty – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Staff

Photo by Allison Nekola Senator of Vermont, socialist Bernie Sanders, is running on the Democratic side for the 2016 Presidential election. Free swag was given out at Sanders rallies across the Boston area.

Bernie Sanders, senator of Vermont, dubbed the “surprise threat” at the first Demo- cratic Debate, hosted the largest ever Democratic presidential rally on October 3 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center to promote his presidential candidacy. His progressive policies helped his campaign gain momentum. Sanders is running for the 2016 Presidential election as a Democrat, but is a socialist.

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