“Democracy is not complicated—it is one person one vote,” said Sanders. “You want to vote for me, great. You don’t, that’s okay. But what I do not want to see are billionaires spending unlimited sums of money buying elections and undermining the democracy which has made our country so great.”


Meanwhile, in a speech championing her message, Clinton thanked supporters while also making it clear that even as her contest with Sanders continues, her campaign believes she can now begin focusing on the general election, with an eye toward beating Republican frontrunner Donald Trump.

“We are moving closer to securing the Democratic Party nomination and closer to winning this election in November,” she declared.

And later added, “Our next president has to bring our country together. So we can all share in the promise of America. We should be breaking down barriers, not building walls. We’re not going to succeed by dividing this country between us and them.”


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