A week before the Iowa caucuses, Bernie Sanders is set to officially announce his presidential campaign on January 20, 2020.
A month after that, Hillary Clinton will announce her candidacy.
That means the Democratic primary is set for January 30, 2020, and that Bernie Sanders will be the first candidate in modern history to be in the White House in 2020.
The first presidential race in the US to be held in the middle of the night is a rare and unprecedented moment, and it is also something that Sanders’ campaign has had to contend with.
A candidate’s political future depends on whether they can get the support of the public.
That’s why it’s such a big deal that he will be leaving the spotlight for the next eight years.
“The most important part of this election is the fact that we are moving to a country that is moving towards a universal health care system, that we’re moving to one that does not have fossil fuel subsidies,” Sanders said in a 2016 campaign video.
“And that means it is absolutely imperative that we do everything we can to bring millions of new jobs and millions of families back to this country.”
That is not the goal of my campaign, and I will not accept that,” he continued.
Sanders’ 2020 campaign is the first presidential campaign to be run in a night, but he’s not the only one trying to change that.
On Wednesday, former President Barack Obama announced that he was leaving the Oval Office for a year to run for the Democratic nomination in 2020, citing a desire to help the middle class.
He’s the first sitting president to announce a presidential run since Jimmy Carter.
Sanders has already secured the support and endorsements of a few prominent Democrats, including Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez, Vice President Joe Biden, former Maryland Gov.
Martin O’Malley, former Rhode Island Gov.
Lincoln Chafee, and New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand.
Sanders also made headlines earlier this month for his decision to attend a memorial service for victims of the Orlando massacre.”
I don’t know if you know, but this morning, I was with the president at the National Prayer Breakfast.
The only thing that has changed is that we have a candidate who is not afraid to stand up for what’s right,” Sanders added.”
I was very moved by the grief and the sadness that was expressed by so many of the people of this country.”
“The only thing that has changed is that we have a candidate who is not afraid to stand up for what’s right,” Sanders added.
In 2020, Sanders plans to spend a lot of time focusing on the campaign trail.
His schedule is already full, with a series of appearances scheduled on Wednesday, including a stop in Des Moines, Iowa.
In addition, Sanders will spend at least two weeks on the road in Iowa, visiting towns like Iowa City and the University of Iowa.