2020 Daily Trail Markers: Sanders and Warren bring different messages to New Hampshire

2020 Daily Trail Markers: Sanders and Warren bring different messages to New Hampshire
2020 Daily Trail Markers: Sanders and Warren bring different messages to New Hampshire
In the lead up to the 2020 presidential election, we are keeping tabs on the candidates movements with a new segment called daily Trail markers. It will feature reporting from our CBS News campaign, reporters and producers who are on the ground with the campaign CBS News campaign reporter Nicole skiing, on the differences between the campaigns of senators, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren in the early primary State of New Hampshire similarities between Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren hearing, the granite state, their campaign event, the atmosphere and their supporters are quite different here on the ground. Now a senator Bernie Sanders raising military industrial complex, followed by a call for revolution voters. I speak with at his rallies, tell me that they’re frustrated by System, they feel, is rigged against them and an agenda they feel is set in Washington DC. Where is at Elizabeth Warren go put some features of little different. If focuses in on her narrative. She talks about her father losing his job while she was growing up and struggles as a working mom, trying to balance both her career and raising her kids education plant and some of the concrete policy proposals to put swords. She has put forward nearly 30 of them, and voters at these rallies tell me that they’re excited by her hopeful message inspired. They want to go knock on doors and that specific details agenda for 2020 is what speak to them. Both messages have been effective at riling up there base, but they are very different messages: we’ve not seen Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders or Senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts. President Donald Trump. Now it’s not uncommon to Steve Democratic candidates. Taking aim at Republican. Senator Bernie Sanders tell me that voters from Vice President Joe Biden or Senator Kamala Harris they are actively trying to recruit Trump supporters to support the Vermont senator Democratic primary. The Vermont Senators campaign in New Hampshire is that over 40 % of the electorate is independent and in the primary in February those Undeclared voters can choose to grab either a day or republican ballot. So, hypothetically speaking, we could Steve voters that elected Donald Trump back in the Republican primary in 2016 now reach for a democratic ballot and support Senator Bernie Sanders. This time around, the president will have his own opportunities to pitch his campaign message to Granite State voters right here in Manchester., He’s planning a large campaign rally Thursday of this week. A recent morning consult poll has shown that he’s down 11.16 so certainly a little bit of ground to regain their and he’s hoping you can come Thursday, Tanya, Nicole
CBS News campaign reporter Nicole Sganga reports on the differences between the campaigns of Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren in the early primary state of New Hampshire.

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