MILLERSVILLE, Pa. (WHTM) – Vermont senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders drew a large crowd at Millersville University.
He talked about how he can move the country forward.
The crowd at Pucillo Gymnasium was fired up when Sanders took the stage, and then he turned it up a notch.
“Sounds like you are ready for a political revolution,” he said.
Sanders added there are a lot of issues that the one percent and corporate America continue to ignore.
“Women are tired of getting 79 cents on the dollar. They want to have the whole damn dollar,” he said.
Sanders told the crowd that he and Hillary Clinton disagree on Wall Street and campaign finance reform, but he said big picture reform will require everyday people to get involved.
“Don’t let the media or the special interest groups tell you that we can’t make changes in this country. Democracy is not a spectator sport; you have to participate,” he said.
Sanders said Donald Trump can’t become President because he has alienated so many ethnic groups that make America diverse and great.
Sanders has closed the gap between himself and Clinton nationally.
Pennsylvanians go to the polls Tuesday.