Sanders seeks out Democrats in heavily Hispanic New Mexico

  • 8 years ago
Sen. Bernie Sanders is courting Democrats in the heavily Hispanic state of New Mexico with a trio of public rallies starting Friday ahead of the state's vote in the final round of primary elections.
Sanders will kick off his two-day visit with a rally at a community college in the state capital of Santa Fe before heading to Albuquerque for an evening event.
On Saturday, he'll stop in the town of Vado, not far from where the borders of New Mexico, Texas and Mexico intersect.
Sanders and Hillary Clinton are chasing a share of New Mexico's 43 delegate votes on the final day of state primaries, June 7.