Poll! What Next For Bernie, Blue, Green or Independent Run?

There is big fuss these days about Bernie Sanders next decision.The options that are available are: through The Democratic Party, the Green Party or as an independent.Many people still believe in a nomination through the  Democratic Party if the super-delegates make last minute change or Hillary get indicted but if Bernie Sanders does not get the nomination many will Write Him In.Then there are others that will support Bernie revolution through the Green Party, or support his Independent run.So here how the things stand at the moment and you can give your vote and opinion i the poll below this article.

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With Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange warns that more information will be published about Hillary Clinton, enough to indict her if the US government is courageous enough to do so, and with According to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll, 44 percent of Democrats want Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders to make an independent run for the White House. That’s 44 percent of Democrats, not 44 percent of Sanders supporters Bernie’s fight inside the Democratic Party is not over he must convince the democrats delegates that by choosing Hillary over him they will actually kill the democracy itself and allow Trump victory so until the convention who will be held on 25 of July the  Democratic Nomination is still an option.

In case the super-delegates don’t change their mind Bernie has two remaining options.Independent Run is an option with the path to the nomination now becoming more narrow, it’s unclear if Sanders will keep his promise that hi will not run as an independent. Sanders’ policies are often considered outside the political mainstream. He has called for a singer-payer heath insurance, free college tuition, campaign finance reform and higher taxes for high earners.Admittedly, this bid would not be without its challenges (like all campaigns).

Green Party has offered Bernie a chance run through their ranks the chance we speak of is Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein, who has also been reaching out to the Vermont senator. With Hillary Clinton claiming victory in the Democratic race, Stein is attempting to start a dialogue with the Sanders campaign You won’t be able to vote for Bernie as a write-in in some states, but the Green national convention is two weeks after the democratic convention, and they’ve been discussing running Bernie. If Bernie want to find a path in all 50 states, so far he’s at 43 with 494 electoral in play in those states, enough to win as either write-in or Green.

Given information you now have the question has to be asked how will Bernie Sanders continue or how would you like him to continue .Vote and share if you are #StillSanders

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