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Former Maryland candidate for governor and superdelegate Heather Mizeur has officially endorsed Sena


Maryland Superdelegate Heather Mizeur endorses Bernie Sanders (video)

Former Maryland candidate for governor and superdelegate Heather Mizeur has officially endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders for president. On April 14, Mizeur and her wife, Deborah, released a video announcing the endorsement.

“Internally, in our household, this has been quite a struggle and a debate because like many of you, we have a split decision.”
Deborah declared that she’s for Hillary. Mizeur, on the other hand, is feeling the Bern.

Deborah admitted that it had been a hard decision for Heather to make, especially with a strong female candidate running for president.

Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/2999541/maryland-superdelegate-heather-mizeur-endorses-bernie-sanders-video/#3opt7RGzM5GDeTtw.99

Maryland Superdelegate Heather Mizeur endorses Bernie Sanders (video)

Former Maryland candidate for governor and superdelegate Heather Mizeur has officially endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders for president. On April 14, Mizeur and her wife, Deborah, released a video announcing the endorsement.

“Internally, in our household, this has been quite a struggle and a debate because like many of you, we have a split decision.”
Deborah declared that she’s for Hillary. Mizeur, on the other hand, is feeling the Bern.

Deborah admitted that it had been a hard decision for Heather to make, especially with a strong female candidate running for president.

Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/2999541/maryland-superdelegate-heather-mizeur-endorses-bernie-sanders-video/#3opt7RGzM5GDeTtw.99

more: http://www.inquisitr.com/2999541/maryland-superdelegate-heather-mizeur-endorses-bernie-sanders-video/

Bernie Sanders Just Released His Tax Returns. Read Them In Full.

Source: Mother Jones

http://www.motherjones.com/documents/2804313-Bernie-Sanders-Just-Released-His-Tax-Returns

Read more: http://www.motherjones.com/documents/2804313-Bernie-Sanders-Just-Released-His-Tax-Returns

Bernie Sanders Just Released His Tax Returns. Read Them In Full.

http://www.motherjones.com/documents/2804313-Bernie-Sanders-Just-Released-His-Tax-Returns

How many current registrations of people (surrogates) does DU have now?

How do the surrogates fall? The only option I have is to check the Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton groups, but many surrogates (people) choose not to belong to one group or the other. Last I remember, there were over 100,000 registered surrogates here.

2016 National Democratic Primary - Sanders 49%, Clinton 48% (Ipsos/Reuters (Web) 4/9-4/13)

http://elections.huffingtonpost.com/pollster/polls/ipsos-reuters-24278

New Reuters Poll Shows Bernie Sanders Taking National Lead

A new Reuters/Ipsos poll released Thursday shows Bernie Sanders beating Hillary Clinton by one point with registered Democratic voters.

The survey of 1,680 registered voters, 635 of whom identified as Democrats, was conducted between April 9 and April 13. Among all Democrats and Democratic-leaning independent voters, Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton by a 47-42 margin, with 11 percent of respondents saying they wouldn’t vote for either candidate. Sanders beats Clinton by a narrow margin of 49-48 among registered Democrats, and he demolishes Clinton by 16 points among self-identified independents. The poll’s margin of error is 2.7 percent.

Among all respondents, 36 percent identify as Democrats, 28 percent affiliate with the Republican Party, and 12 percent listed themselves as independents, with 9 percent leaning toward Democrats, 5 percent toward Republican, and 7 percent favoring a third party. Finally, only 2 percent of those surveyed said they were unsure of their party affiliation.

This latest poll is the third to show Sanders leading Clinton this month. A poll conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute and the Atlantic between March 30 and April 3 showed Sanders beating Clinton by one point, along with a McClatchy/Marist poll conducted between March 29 and March 31 that had Sanders up by two points.

http://usuncut.com/politics/bernie-sanders-leads-new-national-poll/

Definition: Corporate Whore

One who prostitutes their position of power to the Corporate State in exchange for favors.

There, I hope this helps.

Democratic Wave Building As 13 More House Seats Move Toward The Democratic Party

The Republican House majority could be washed out to sea as 13 more House are shifting towards the Democratic Party.

Larry Sabato’s Crystal Ball has changed the ranking on 14 House seats, and 13 of the changes are bad for the Republican Party.

According to Sabato’s Crystal Ball:

In many states, Republican-controlled legislatures drew a large number of marginally Republican seats in order to maximize the number of seats the party could control. But a relatively large Democratic wave could inundate even some supposedly safe GOP seats, overcoming a seemingly high floodwall. Whereas a one-point increase over 2012 would result in nine net seats being won by the Democratic presidential nominee, a two-point increase (54% nationally) quickly raises that net advantage to 35 seats. Suddenly Republicans would be defending 50 seats in districts won by the Democratic presidential nominee, and two Democratic-held Romney seats would become slightly more blue than not. This would give Democrats a substantial target list to get to the necessary 30-seat gain they need to take back the lower chamber. And a three-point Democratic increase to 55%, a reasonable upper limit in our eyes, would leave 56 GOP-held seats in blue territory. Overall, Democrats would hold a presidential vote edge in 241 seats. This would be similar to the 2008 presidential vote: That year, Obama won the two-party vote in 242 congressional districts as currently drawn.

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That is roughly what our outlook is right now — a small Democratic gain of about 5-10 seats — but as we showed earlier, the presidential math could change that calculation, swelling Democratic gains. On the flip side, Republicans still have a chance to hold Democrats to single-digits gains. A Republican net gain seems exceedingly unlikely at this point, but in this crazy cycle one cannot completely rule it out with seven months to go.

http://www.politicususa.com/2016/04/14/democratic-wave-building-13-house-seats-move-democratic-party.html

Sanders is the Most Liked Candidate, and His Popularity is Growing: Poll

Published on
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
byCommon Dreams
Sanders is the Most Liked Candidate, and His Popularity is Growing: Poll
Survey finds 48 percent of Americans have favorable view of Sanders, contrasting with 55 percent who hold unfavorable view of rival Hillary Clinton
byNadia Prupis, staff writer

Bernie Sanders is the most-liked presidential candidate in the race—and the more people get to know him, the more they like him, according to a new poll out Tuesday.

The Associated Press-GfK survey found that 48 percent of Americans hold a favorable view of Sanders, compared with 39 percent who view him unfavorably, giving him the best "net-positive" rating in the field, and that his likeability score has increased since previous polls.

Sixty-one percent of registered voters said they would consider voting for him in November. Among Democrats alone, he has a 72 percent favorability rating.

Meanwhile, Sanders' Democratic rival Hillary Clinton got 55 percent unfavorability versus 40 percent favorability ratings among all survey respondents, and Republican frontrunner Donald Trump scored 69 unfavorability to 29 favorability. In addition, 51 percent of respondents said they would never vote for Clinton and 63 percent said the same of Trump.

http://www.commondreams.org/news/2016/04/12/sanders-most-liked-candidate-and-his-popularity-growing-poll

(cross post from Bernie Sanders group)
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