And I asked him about that since, you know, as we all know, Republicans control government up and down from the state houses of most states to the entirety of the federal government.
Sanders didn't draw almost as big an audience as President Donald Trump did when he came to town for a rally last month, but his message of unity was well-received Tuesday at the Louisville Palace.
But with a gaggle with reporters before the rally, Perez said he's committed to supporting the Utah Democratic Party with both money and more frequent visits.
Sanders and Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez, who faced some boos as he spoke, launched a cross-country "Come Together and Fight Back' tour together in ME, where Sanders won the Democratic presidential caucuses". Trump won 118 of Kentucky's 120 counties. "One trend we did see in 2016 was that concern about Trump's temperament and fitness to be president of the United States enabled the Democrat to peel off a lot of Republican-leaning voters in suburban districts", Fallontold Vox.
FILE - In this Friday, March 31, 2017 file photo, Sen.
Several thousand people filled Verizon Theatre in Grand Prairie Thursday for a rally with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez was originally scheduled to appear at the Omaha rally, but Deputy Chairman Rep. Keith Ellison will be there instead. "There are probably more Independents in this country than Democrats or Republicans".
"You are going to lose people if you don't have a 50-state strategy", Hastings said.
"Real change. never, ever takes place from the top on down", he said.
"On Monday, DNC Chair Tom Perez and Bernie Sanders kicked off the 'Unity Tour, ' admitting that their party is, well, not unified", said RPOF Chairman Blaise Ingoglia.
While Sanders was hesitant to give his full support to Ossoff, he has been unafraid to wade into the mayoral election in Nebraska - where he endorsed the Democratic candidate who co-sponsored a 2009 bill in the Nebraska state legislature requiring doctors to inform women seeking abortions about the availability of an ultrasound.
Perez and Vermont Sen.
Kentucky is Republican turf, politically speaking.
Sanders said he supports legislation that would rebuild coal communities hurt by the decline of coal.
"Health care is absolutely a right in this country, or should be", Perez said.
Most Kentucky Democrats have tried to distance themselves from the Affordable Care Act, mostly because of its association with former President Barack Obama.
Sanders spoke directly to Kentuckians about the Republican's healthcare plan that was voted down by congress.
After the November election, voters wondered if the Democratic Party would embrace Sanders' and his fiery brand of progressive politics.