How Bernie’s Campaign Is Making Sure College Students Vote For The Revolution Before Partying On Spring Break

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Fresh off a disappointing Super Tuesday, the Bernie Sanders campaign is turning its focus to new contests in critical March 10 and March 17 states, like Michigan, Florida, Arizona, Ohio, and Illinois.

But there’s just one problem: Thousands of young voters — who feel the Bern the strongest — could be partying in Cancun instead of breathing new life into his political revolution on primary day.

On Super Tuesday, which saw the rise of former Vice President Joe Biden, and the morphing of the Democratic primary into basically a two-person race, 58% of voters ages 18-to-29 voted for Sanders, while just 17% chose Biden, according to exit polls. And the Sanders campaign knows it can
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