Take Two: Contrasting Sanders' 2016 And 2020 Presidential Runs
Sen. Bernie Sanders is off and running for the presidency, making stops in the country's heartland, the Rust Belt and the West Coast. A group of political scientists look at how campaign 2020 will differ from 2016.
Joining us are:
- UVM Political Science Professor Ellen Andersen
- Norwich University College of Liberal Arts Dean Ted Kohn
- Middlebury College Political Science Professor Matt Dickinson
They'll discuss the challenges Sanders faces in a crowded Democratic primary field and how the entrance of former Vice President Joe Biden will affect the campaign.
Broadcast live on Friday, April 26, 2019 at noon; rebroadcast at 7 p.m.