MALCOM, IA (April 7, 2019) — Bernie Sanders held 6 campaign rallies in towns across Iowa this weekend. On Sunday, the Vermont Senator visited Malcom, a town of less than 300 people, and nearly every resident showed up.
— Ari Rabin-Havt (@AriRabinHavt) April 7, 2019
According to reports, at least 230 townspeople came out — nearly 80% of the entire municipal population.
It wasn’t just Malcom, either.
Everywhere he went, enthusiastic, diverse crowds packed the house to see Bernie Sanders.
PHOTO: Bernie Sanders campaigns in Davenport, Iowa. pic.twitter.com/Yv94KPMa0i
— Juana (@jmsummers) April 6, 2019
— Ari Rabin-Havt (@AriRabinHavt) April 6, 2019
— Misty Rebik (@mistyrebik) April 7, 2019
ABC reported 230 in attendance in Muscatine.
— Beatrice-Elizabeth Peterson (@MissBeaE) April 6, 2019
Over 500 people attended Sanders’ Fairfield rally, more than the venue capacity could hold, so countless more watched from an overflow area. (Sanders briefly halted his Fairfield rally when a supporter began feeling ill — the Senator intervened to get them medical help)
Bernie’s rally in Fairfield, Iowa. pic.twitter.com/ckRbCB7bLI
— Yarnie 🌹 (@TweetingYarnie) April 7, 2019
If photos from these events are any indicator, Iowa is seriously Feelin’ the Bern!
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