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More Folks Gave to Bernie, but Elizabeth Raised More: Brooklyn Donations for 2020 Presidential Campaign
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More Folks Gave to Bernie, but Elizabeth Raised More: Brooklyn Donations for 2020 Presidential Campaign

Bernie Sanders for President campaign event. Photo by Phil Roeder/Flickr. [https://www.flickr.com/photos/tabor-roeder/21145251444/in/photolist-ydwWyL-ydFNii-DsEuaF-2dMhLeo-D3GAGN-D3GAE3-D3GAJG-Dsvjh7-D3GBq1-DuPfeP-DuPfrT-Dkf6ay-Dkf69S-D3GBDs-DsvjYY-D3GBhA-CWjsvB-Dkf6L3-Dkf6gf-Dsvjj1-CWjsQe-CxqNpK-D3GAQo-D3GBKu-Dkf62C-DsvjLU-CWjsHa-D3GAVd-D3GBEE-CxqNjz-CxiXVd-CxqND2-CxiXTu-uKPWCA-ydF3cx-ySXm3h-vVL7to-ySX8nC-yT3NpX-ydwjSA-zbo9aa-CD84u5-Dkf6hC-CWjtcg-Dkf6Ns-wakZkE-wsqemg-D9vYj1-D9vYQb-CD84pA] As th

Hillary Merch Sold At Local Home Furnishings Store Berns The Debate Pot
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Hillary Merch Sold At Local Home Furnishings Store Berns The Debate Pot

Photo by Donny Levit / Park Slope StoopWhen the Bernie Sanders campaign announced in March [/blog/politics/presidential-candidate-bernie-sanders-to-open-brooklyn-campaign-office-on-saturday-in-gowanus/] that they would set up shop in the Gowanus neighborhood, many community members came out in droves to support him during the office’s opening and rally. The Gowanus neighborhood began to “Bern,

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Sunset Parkers Preferred Clinton And Trump, Show Presidential Primary Votes

Image via WNYC.Tuesday’s presidential primaries went pretty much as expected. Party frontrunners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump — who polls predicted to win [http://www.sheepsheadbites.com/2016/04/the-new-york-primary-is-tomorrow-heres-what-you-need-to-know/] by wide margins — walked away from New York increasing their delegate lead. However, the primary’s aftermath reveals interesting

Brighton Beach Among A Handful Of Brooklyn Nabes That Voted For Sanders
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Brighton Beach Among A Handful Of Brooklyn Nabes That Voted For Sanders

Tuesday’s presidential primaries went pretty much as expected. Party frontrunners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump — who polls predicted to win [/the-new-york-primary-is-tomorrow-heres-what-you-need-to-know/] by wide margins — walked away from New York increasing their delegate lead. However, the primary’s aftermath reveals interesting details about the political hue of the city’s

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