U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders is set to speak at a union event on Labor Day in New Hampshire, a state where he scored a huge primary victory last year over Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Sanders will speak Sept. 4 at the New Hampshire AFL-CIO Labor Day breakfast in Manchester. It is the fourth time that the Vermont independent has spoken at the Labor Day event.
According to a statement from the AFL-CIO, Sanders plans to discuss the ongoing challenges facing American working families, improving the Affordable Care Act, raising the minimum wage, and fighting for social and racial justice.
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Sanders beat Clinton 60 percent 38 percent in New Hampshire. The 75-year-old has not ruled out another presidential run in 2020 and his appearance in the Granite State should excite his supporters.