I think that many in the media who are covering our campaign forget where we came from.
Today they are covering the fact that we have won eight of the last nine contests, and are building for a significant election in New York.
They hang on our every word, and breathlessly report on the campaign like it's a baseball game or soap opera.
This is very different from where we were when we started this campaign less than a year ago.
We were dismissed as a "fringe" campaign, one that few thought had a chance, and one to which not many in the media paid much attention.
The difference? Your support.
Your $2.70 contribution, paired with millions like it, is the difference in this election. It's because of your support that this election is now about raising the minimum wage, fighting climate change, and taking back our country from the billionaire class.
We have only come this far because we have millions of supporters, millions of votes, and millions of donations.
This is a campaign powered by people, much to the chagrin of the billionaire class and the dismay of the media.
Almost a year ago, we were lucky to have a handful of reporters cover our events.
But then something started happening: as our supporters told their friends and family about what we're doing, we started to catch fire.
In the face of one of the best-organized political machines in modern American history, we are doing what no one thought possible: winning. Let's keep winning in New York's primary.