Capacity Crowd to Chat With Bernie in Kenosha

Bernie Sanders drew hundreds of progressives to Kenosha on Monday for a town hall debate with MSNBC’s Chris Hayes. Event organizers say the event was held in Kenosha because it reflects many of the struggles cities across the Midwest are facing: loss of high-paying manufacturing jobs and the need for infrastructure improvements. Donald Trump won Kenosha County last month, breaking a decades-old Democratic streak. It was the first time that a Republican won the state since 1984. The debate at United Auto Workers Local 72 headquarters aired last night.


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