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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks at a campaign rally, March 23, 2016 at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles, California. / AFP / ROBYN BECK

MADISON — Democratic candidate for president Bernie Sanders will be holding a campaign rally in Madison on Saturday, March 26th.

According to Sanders’ campaign website, the event is free and open to the public. Tickets are not required, but RSVPs are strongly encouraged.¬†Admission is first come, first served.

CLICK HERE to RSVP for the Sanders event

The rally is set to be held at 1 p.m. inside the Alliant Energy Center (1919 Alliant Energy Center Way) in Madison.

The campaign website says for security reasons, attendees are urged not bring bags and limit what you bring to small, personal items like keys and cell phones.

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9 comments

  • CYNIC

    Good, then all the college kids driving BMWs and Mercedes that their parents bought for them can rally against people who have too much money. Can’t believe how often I saw that in the past. I don’t imagine it has changed much.

    • CYNIC

      You’ve obviously never been to the UW campus. I know college is expensive, I worked full time since I was 17 to help pay and I’m still paying several years later and will have to continue paying for quite some time. However, if you just go to the campus you will see lots of 18-22 yo students driving luxury cars, they all have brand new clothes, ipads, laptops, phones, etc. The majority of them aren’t working substantial jobs. That means mommy and daddy are paying the bills. So, if they decide to attend the rally for a candidate who’s cornerstone plan is to tax the “wealthy” at about 70-90%, then I think it’s ironic. Also, assume many of the students there are trying to get educations to have strong careers, they are also shooting themselves in the foot down the road. But it’s all because they feel the bern and think free college sounds like a good deal.

  • Rafael Perez

    Talk about good omens. Senator Bernie Sanders for President. Birdie Sanders for Vice-President. It would be the cutest and most intelligent Vice-President we ever had.
    Unbought and Unpaid for. Talk about a discerning bird.

  • Libsareliars

    Yes please libertarian volunteer to help confiscate guns from law abiding citizens. I can almost guarantee you will never post a comment again.

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