Bernie Sanders Coming to Kenosha on Monday

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders will visit Kenosha on Monday for a taping of MSNBC’s “All In with Chris Hayes.” The progressive leader and former Democratic presidential candidate is expected to talk about trade policy, the election and Donald Trump at UAW Local 72 (on Washington Road). State. Rep. Tod Ohnstad, D-Kenosha, helped organize the event, which will take place at 2 or 3 p.m. and air Monday night on MSNBC. It will include a panel discussion with retired autoworkers, union representatives and mechanics. Ohnstad said there is no registration required to attend, but expects the event to reach capacity. Sanders visited Kenosha in March, during the unexpectedly tight race for the Democratic presidential nomination against Hillary Clinton. Thousands of students, retirees and supporters descended upon Carthage College for his rally. Sanders went on to win Wisconsin during the primary.  



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