Bernie Sanders Speeches
Bernie Sanders of Vermont speaking at a town meeting in Phoenix, ArizonaBy: Gage Skidmore
Aug 25 2019
May 29 2019
Las Vegas, NV
Bernie Sanders held his biggest campaign rally to date in at Queensbridge Park in Long Island City, New York, which was also his first campaign rally since suffering a heart attack a month earlier. Bernie was joined by Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who used the occasion to officially endorse Sanders for President. Bernie touched on the major themes of his campaign, which are free public college, reforming the criminal justice system, addressing global climate change, and his Medicare-for-all proposal.
Bernie Sanders spoke at a campaign rally titled "Bernie Beats Trump" in Clinton, Iowa, an area of the state dubbed "Obama-Trump" counties. Sanders made a direct appeal to those voters, encouraging them to swing back to the Democratic side and to vote for him by insisting that he is on their side.
Bernie Sanders held a campaign rally focused on global climate change and his "college for all" proposal in front of an adoring crowd at the University of Las Vegas, Nevada. Sanders touched on many of the recurring themes of his candidacy, specifically the threat posed by the changing climate and what he feels is the unfairness of our higher education system.
Senator Bernie Sanders held a campaign rally in downtown Louisville, Kentucky before a crowd of over 2,000 people. Sanders went directly after home their home state U.S. Senator, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and chastised him for siding with "wealthy contributors" over "the working people in Kentucky and America." He also spoke about his plan to raise the minimum wage and propping up union membership in both the Federal and private sectors.
Bernie Sanders delivered a campaign speech at the Iowa State Fair's "Political Soapbox" where he began his speech by thanking Iowans for their role in helping catapult his long shot 2016 campaign against Hillary Clinton and expressing hope that they do so again in 2020. He then quickly pivoted to talking about his bread and butter issues like workers rights, increasing the minimum wage, and instituting a single-payer healthcare system. He also spent much of his speech pillorying Donald Trump and his divisive Presidency.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, a 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful, delivered a speech at George Washington University. In it, he defended his stance on democratic socialism, and called for a "21st Century Bill of Rights," He criticized President Trump, as well as invoked the legacy of Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal.
2020 Democratic Presidential candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders held a campaign rally in Dubuque, Iowa. He talked to the ralliers about the central platform of his campaign, which he called a grassroots movement to take back America's democracy from the on percent.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders gave a speech at the Iowa Democratic Party Hall of Fame event in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He distanced himself from his opponents who took more of a centrist approach to their campaigns. He told the crowd “The American people want change — they want real change, and we have got to provide that change.”
2020 presidential hopeful, Senator. Bernie Sanders held a campaign rally in San Jose, California. In his speech, Senator Sanders touched on how he wanted to transform the country, and create an economy that and a government that works for every citizen of the United State, and not just the super rich.
Vermont Senator, Bernie Sanders, a 2020 Democratic Presidential hopeful, held a campaign rally in Pasadena, California. He talked about the American economy and the need for a government that works for all Americans, not just the wealth.,
2020 presidential hopeful, Senator. Bernie Sanders is returned to Reno, Nevada, to hold a campaign rally for his democratic presidential campaign. In his speech, he touched on his fight for economic, social, racial and environmental justice. He also continued to talk about his campaign platform, by saying that he would defeat Trump and transform the country.
2020 presidential hopeful, Senator. Bernie Sanders held a campaign rally for his democratic presidential campaign in Las Vegas, Nevada. In his speech, he spoke heavily about immigration reform in the United States. He talked about how all Americans came from different origins, and that each group had contributed greatly to the growth and prosperity of America.