Here’s how a writer for The New York Times described our chances on the day we launched a little less than a year ago:
"Hillary Rodham Clinton is poised to win the Democratic nomination without a serious contest." - April 30, 2015
A BuzzFeed editor said Bernie was not "a serious candidate." A writer for The Washington Post said 12 percent was a "reasonable ceiling for Sanders."
The truth is, the corporate media has written us off from day one. But time and time again, we’ve defied the odds and proved them wrong.
And after everyone sees the results from tomorrow’s caucuses, with more than 140 delegates up for grabs, the establishment of this country will know we are about to defy the odds yet again.
Rush a $3 contribution to Bernie 2016 ahead of tomorrow’s critical caucuses in Washington, Alaska, and Hawaii. Your donation will make a real difference in our efforts to reclaim the delegate lead.
As we continue to work towards a successful Saturday set of caucuses, here’s what comes next: Wisconsin votes in a week and a half. That’s a big and important contest.
Then comes Wyoming, where we hope to do very well. Then it’s New York on April 19, less than a month away.
We are organizing. We are fighting for every vote and caucus-goer. And if we continue to stand together, we are going to win. People should not underestimate us.
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