on The third of march, startskotten for the u.s. democratic presidential primary election in Sweden. And on Tuesday night into Wednesday american time, 14 of the states to vote on which democrat they'd like to see a challenge to president Donald Trump.
At the Meeting place, this city was the number of american residents who had gathered for a vote on his nominee.
" It happens in the US affects all of us. No matter where in the world they live in. In particular, it is important for us as americans, because this affects our families and our friends back home in the united states. And today, in particular, is important to vote because we have a lot to change in the united states at the moment, " says Cary Cooper, vice-chair of Democrats abroad's Western Sweden, as well as volunteer.
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Alice O'connor and brian Daniels, is a member of the Democrats abroad's Sweden.
" Hopefully, we can do a little bit of a difference, they hope. There is a lot going on in the world. It is very much polarised, and then it would be right to do what they can, " she said.
In Sweden, the country, in Gothenburg, sweden, Halmstad, Stockholm, sweden, Uppsala university, Uppsala, Kalmar, Malmö, sweden. For the English, the americans, who haven't had a chance to vote in the supertisdagen will be another chance on Saturday.
"When is it going to be a little bit more of a party with a small concert, and the like," says Cooper.
" It will remain a secret. I'll keep it for myself, " says Cooper.
Caroline, All have added their voice of Bernie Sanders.– I know that he has an agenda that the american people are really in need. He stands for everything that I represent, such as social justice, women's rights, and the environment. I am very happy to vote for him.Photo by: < / b> Johanna Waak of Anna to Robert, who took it upon themselves to be her ”röstningshatt”, and when she went to vote for Bernie Sanders.– We get the politics we deserve. And that's enough for you to take part in the competition every year. It is the least you should do in order to have a functioning democracy.Photo by: < / b> Johanna Waak , Alice O'connor, brian Rossiter, who placed their vote on the Bernie Sanders. Hopefully, you can make a bit of difference, they hope. There is a lot going on in the world. It is very much polarised, and then it would be right to do what they can.Photo by: < / b> Johanna Waak Previous Next Exit fullscreen mode , the Democratic party, five candidates < / span>
the Senator from Vermont, is leading so far in terms of the number of delegates, and, according to the New York Times is the most likely to pull away in the supertisdagen, even if it is far from certain. < / span> < / span>
president Barack Obama's former videpresident was next calculated, after the first two primaries in Iowa and New Hampshire, but after getting in a solid second place in Nevada, and crushed all resistance in South Carolina, he is currently in the game. < / span> < / span>
Mediemogulen, the billionaire and former New York city mayor has decided to stand on each of the first four primaries. Instead, he has invested considerable money in the supertisdagen, and now is the time to prove me right. < / span> < / span>
the Senator from Massachusetts, shot in the past, in the height of public opinion, but so far, it has not been very good in the presidential primaries. She was, admittedly, eight of the delegates in the preliminary elections in Iowa, but not a single one of you. < / span> < / span>
a member of congress from Hawaii, who, during his campaign, has been agitating against the war. It has, however, not worked so far, but despite the fact that she didn't have a single representative, she has, according to Reuters, vowed to continue the campaign.
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