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Bernie Sanders Is Holding A Rally In Southern California Tomorrow Night
Southern California, are you ready to #FeelTheBern again?On Tuesday, presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will be making his return to the Los Angeles area, holding a rally at Carson's StubHub Center. The Vermont senator was last in Los Angeles for a quasi-impromptu rally at the Wiltern that sold-out almost immediately, but he did promise to return soon.
Tomorrow's rally will be held at the StubHub Center's tennis stadium, which has twice the capacity of the Wiltern. While the event is free and open to the public, the Sanders campaign "strongly" encourages people to RSVP (which you can do here).
The doors open at 5:00 p.m., and we're sure there'll be people lining up rather early, so plan accordingly!
And whether you #FeelTheBern or identify as #ImWithHer (...or even want to vote for Donald Trump), don't forget to register to vote. It only takes a few minutes! The deadline in California is just a week from today, on May 23. If you wish to vote in the Democratic primary, you must either register as a Democrat or as "No Party Preference." Those who list no party preference must also request a ballot to vote in the Democratic primary.
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