Bernie Rally Schedule: Chicago & Brooklyn Occasions, Places

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Bernie Rally in 2016

Bernie Sanders just announced that he is running for President of the United States in 2020 and not only has raised $ 6 million in the first 24 hours, but he has already planned two rallies to launch his campaigns. Here you will find details about the rallies and how to participate. The information was not yet available on Bernie Sanders’ official website at the time of publication. (We will post live streams and details on how to watch online, as well as photos from the rallies in future stories. Please see the bottom of this article for more information.)

The first Bernie Sanders event will be held on Saturday March 2nd in Brooklyn at the Brooklyn College East Quad. Sanders attended Brooklyn College for a year before moving to the University of Chicago. That’s why he’s going back to his roots for this event, Fox shared with 32.

The Brooklyn event begins at 11:30 am local time. Doors open at 10 a.m. on Brooklyn College East Quad (2900 Bedford Avenue in Brooklyn, New York). Here is a map of where the event will be held:

You can register for the Brooklyn Rally here on Bernie’s 2020 page.

Although the doors open at 10am, the lines to get in are likely to be long. You might want to show up early. Some people are already talking about getting plane tickets.

Sanders’ second event will take place on Sunday March 3rd in Chicago. This event will take place at Navy Pier and will begin at 7:00 p.m. local time at 600 E. Grand Ave. in Chicago. Tickets are not required, but admission is subject to availability. Chicago is very important to Sanders as he attended the University of Chicago.

Here you can show that you are interested or take part in an event Facebook page. You can also register on Bernie’s official site here. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the event starts at 7:00 p.m.

A ride-sharing thread for the event has started here. This article will tell you how to get to Navy Pier, where the rally will take place. Details on ADA accommodations will be available shortly, the Illinois Progressive Network said.

The Chicago Sun-Times noted that rallies are unusual this early because candidates usually need to collect private donations before they can host a large public event. But since Sanders already has base support and donated more than $ 6 million, he can jump straight to the big events.

Note that while you can RSVP for these events, this does not guarantee that you will get a seat at both rallies. You should still show up early to make sure you can attend.

Sanders will be at a CNN town hall on Monday night.

We’ll be posting live streams and details on how to watch online, as well as photos from the rallies in future stories. Sign up for this author’s email list and select the Bernie and Tulsi category to learn more about these stories as they become available.

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