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Should Sanders stay in the race if Clinton has clinched the nomination?

  • Let Sanders have a voice at the convention. The establishment set the system up the way it is so let it play itself out.

    We all know that the party has been rigged by the establishment and we now finally have someone within the system willing to step up and challenge it. Sure Sanders is calling for a political revolution that will rock the status quo, but isnt that what we have been asking for.

  • Let Sanders have a voice at the convention. The establishment set the system up the way it is so let it play itself out.

    We all know that the party has been rigged by the establishment and we now finally have someone within the system willing to step up and challenge it. Sure Sanders is calling for a political revolution that will rock the status quo, but isnt that what we have been asking for.

  • Let Sanders have a voice at the convention. The establishment set the system up the way it is so let it play itself out.

    We all know that the party has been rigged by the establishment and we now finally have someone within the system willing to step up and challenge it. Sure Sanders is calling for a political revolution that will rock the status quo, but isnt that what we have been asking for.

  • Let Sanders have a voice at the convention. The establishment set the system up the way it is so let it play itself out.

    We all know that the party has been rigged by the establishment and we now finally have someone within the system willing to step up and challenge it. Sure Sanders is calling for a political revolution that will rock the status quo, but isnt that what we have been asking for.

  • I think he should stay in the race until votes are casts today.

    I think Bernie Sanders has at least earned the right to finishing the primary schedule as he sees fit. He believes he can win the nominations if super delegates switch sides. he might just have an argument if he does extremely well in today's five primary that end the season.

  • Sanders can still do a lot event though Clinton has clinched the nomination

    Yes, Sanders should stay in the race, even if Clinton has clinched the nomination. From the beginning, Sanders had set out to do more than clinch the nomination. He has also strove to deliver a message about what he sees as necessary political changes and to give disenfranchised voters a voice. He can continue to do this from a strong pulpit, regardless of the nomination.

  • Yes, Sanders should run as an independent.

    Yes, Bernie Sanders should stay in the presidential race even if Clinton reaches the nomination and run as a third-party candidate. Having such a large part of the Democratic vote already, and with many republicans who have vowed to never vote for Donald Trump, Sanders would have a chance to wrest away a good portion of the overall vote as a third-party candidate. Although he may not win, it would be a big step toward a future in which the two party system begins to fade.

  • Bernie Sanders will split the vote

    By running in the primaries as independent Bernie will aid trump more than himself. He will split the vote similar to how Ross Perot did in the 1992 election when he ran as an independent against George Hw Bush and Bill Clinton. By deviding the democratic party that could give Trump who has no political experience the votes needed to win.

  • No, but he should run as an Independent.

    If Sanders can't win the Democratic nomination, of course he should drop out of that race. However, given his large following among both liberals and independent voters, he should run for president as an Independent. Polls show that he would be more likely to defeat Donald Trump as the Democratic nominee than Clinton. If conservatives run another candidate to try to defeat Donald Trump, then Sanders should have a chance in the general election as an Independent.


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