Bernie Sanders to hold rally at Michigan State University

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YPSILANTI, MI - U.S. Senator and Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders (I-VT) holds his first campaign rally in Michigan at Eastern Michigan University February 15th, 2016 in Ypsilanti, Michigan. At his "A Future To Believe In" rally, Sanders spoke on a wide range of issues, including his plans to make public colleges and universities tuition-free. The next voting for the democratic candidates will be the Democratic caucus in Nevada on February 20th. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

EAST LANSING, Mich. — Bernie Sanders is coming back to Michigan on Wednesday, just a week before the state’s March 8 primary.

According to his campaign website, the Democratic presidential hopeful will hold a rally in East Lansing at Michigan State University’s Breslin Center on Wednesday.

The Vermont senator is expected to discuss issues such as college affordability, getting big money out of politics, and the fight against climate change.

The event is free and open to the public. Tickets are not required, but organizers said RSVPs are strongly encouraged.

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  • Andrew

    That will be a HUGE and very supportive crowd…full of people who demographically don’t even vote. In other words, little more than a photo op. Face it, what is left of the Dem party has thrown all their chips behind someone who will likely be indictred before the election even occurs because they know that Sanders is an extremist who doesn’t stand a chance against Trump.
    I think this election might come down more to who gets picked for a VP running mate than who gets the nomination.