When the candidates for president and vice president debate each other on Sunday, it will mark a pivotal moment in American history.

The Democratic and Republican parties will be forced to decide the fate of the United States, and its citizens, from the very beginning of the campaign.

And it’s not just the future of the country that matters to the people.

It’s their lives, too.

In an era when politicians have largely stayed silent, their words and deeds have a powerful impact on the lives of Americans.

So why is Bernie Sanders speaking to millions of Americans at their doorstep?

Why should a senator from Vermont be held accountable for what he has said and done in the past?

Sanders has always been a political outsider.

In the 2016 campaign, he made a name for himself by saying he was the “only politician” willing to call out corporate greed.

He vowed to break up the big banks, fight for a $15 minimum wage, and defend Medicare and Social Security.

In doing so, he inspired many Americans to join the Democratic Party.

The first day of the primary season, Sanders drew the largest turnout of any candidate in the race.

His rise has been driven by the success of his message, which was built on the ideas of social justice, economic equality, and political democracy.

Sanders’ message resonated with a wide range of voters, but the most powerful part of it resonated most strongly with people who were struggling to make ends meet.

Sanders has been at the forefront of efforts to make America work for everyone.

He introduced legislation in 2013 to combat climate change, expanded Social Security benefits, and increased food stamps to help Americans afford groceries.

He pushed for universal health care, and in 2015, he launched a $12 minimum wage campaign to get the country to adopt the idea.

In 2016, Sanders won the support of more than 2 million people, and by 2020, he had raised more than $12 billion.

It was the biggest presidential election win since Bill Clinton.

The idea of a politician who had grown up on the streets of Burlington, Vermont, speaking to the American people has been central to Sanders’ success.

His supporters have been the most passionate in his campaign, and they’ve been energized by his message.

Sanders has been a major factor in the presidential election and the general election, and he’s a strong, inspiring figure.

What’s next?

The candidates will debate again Sunday, and the discussion will be a must-watch for anyone interested in what the future holds for the country.

But it’s more than just about politics.

This debate will be watched as a test of the power of words and actions to affect change.

The stakes are higher than ever, and if we don’t speak out against the vitriol of our political leaders, our democracy may not survive this new era.

Sanders said that “if we all stand up, the world will be changed for the better.”

But that’s a very difficult and difficult thing to do.

He is a man who has always done what he thought was right, and that has often put him at odds with some of his most powerful supporters.

Sanders is an inspiring figure who has done more than any other politician to put his vision for the future ahead of the political establishment.

He has fought tirelessly for what is right.

It is his mission to lead the nation to a better future, and to ensure that the American dream is still possible for everyone, regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, or economic status.

Bernie Sanders’ legacy is an inspiration and an example for many Americans, who are determined to push forward with the fight for equality.

The Sanders campaign has shown the way forward.

Sanders is not the only one who has inspired Americans.

It can be a challenging job to get our country back on the right track.

But if we all take on the challenge of taking on the billionaire class and their corporate friends, we will create a better tomorrow.

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