Sanders Wins Democratic Senate Nomination In Vermont

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Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks during a keynote session at the South By Southwest (SXSW) conference in Austin, Texas, on March 9, 2018. MUST CREDIT: Bloomberg photo by David Paul Morris

Sen. Bernie Sanders shut out Folasade Adeluola in Vermont’s Democratic Senate primary on Tuesday as he seeks a third term in office.

With 10 percent of precincts reporting, the Associated Press called the race, showing Sanders carrying 94 percent of the vote. It was not immediately clear which Republican he will face in the general election in November.

Sanders’s win does not come as a surprise. The self-described democratic socialist won reelection in 2012 with about 71 percent of the vote. Before that, in 2006, he carried about 65 percent of the vote.

Read more at The Hill.

{Matzav.com}

9 COMMENTS

  1. Vermonters are nuts. They are politically brain dead. For Governor now, you have a transgender running against a 14 year old boy. I’m vacationing in Vermont now and it’s creeping me out. Weird white folks. The only thing good about this State is that there are no billboards. It’s illegal. The view is nice wherever you look.

    • In this tzudreite world, if a feline cat can be Mayor in Alaska for 20 years! why can’t a little 14 year old (or even younger) become Governor of Vermont? And wait! One will be deemed “racist” (leftists’ favorite word) if they wouldn’t vote for a black teenager running on the Democratic ticket for President.

  2. Thumping abomination. Why do we deserve so good a change in our dim world?

    Bernie Bernie. You bring it all.

  3. All mountains. When Trump was running I drove up to New Hampshire passing Vermont. I had a big banner on back of my vehicle. It read Honk for Trump. Individual goyim came over to me and whispered to me how they are scared and are secretly voting for Trump. I had a gang of hells angels pass me by all slowing down give me a thumbs up despite me wearing a white shirt and black hat. It was a six hour experience as my wife sat along side me with a clipboard and pen marking down how many people honked for Trump. Then we realized Trump will win. And so it was.

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