Over 700 DNC delegates come together in solidarity to show the fight for Medicare for All is far from over
All four of the national co-chairs of Sen. Bernie Sanders' 2020 presidential campaign on Friday applauded the more than 700 delegates to the Democratic National Convention who have so far vowed to vote against the party's platform if it doesn't include a plank supporting Medicare for All.
"We stand with the grassroots activists who understand that the party must stand for extending Medicare to everyone," said former Ohio State Sen. Nina Turner, Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.), Ben & Jerry's co-founder Ben Cohen, and San Juan, Puerto Rico Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz in a joint statement.
"Increasingly, the absence of support for Medicare for All from the top of the Democratic Party is bad politics as well as inhumane."
—Norman Solomon, RootsAction
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