Bernie Sanders Suspends 2020 Campaign


Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is suspending his campaign, leaving the Democratic race to former Vice President Joe Biden.

Sanders’ campaign made the announcement known in a press release on Wednesday after speaking with his staff on a conference call about the news.

“The Campaign Ends, The Struggle Continues,” Sanders press release reads.

The Vermont senator is expected to address his supporters through a livestream on his website.

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While the 2020 Democratic primary race initially had over 25 contenders, it dwindled down to Sanders and Biden. Biden, however, has 1,217 delegates — gaining support after he had a rocky start to his campaign — while Sanders trailed with 914 delegates.

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