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March for Sanders Shuts Down Bloomfield Ave. on Saturday

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - A crowd of nearly a hundred supporters for Bernie Sanders shut down Bloomfield Avenue in Montclair on Saturday to demonstrate their support for the Presidential Candidate.

Holding signs and pledging their support, the crowd chanted songs of support as they marched up Bloomfield Avenue. Leading the line, was People's Organization of Progress Chairman, Larry Hamm.

Throughout the march, Hamm led a call and response saying, "Show me what democracy looks like..." The crowd responded saying, "This is what democracy looks like."

Local popular band The Porchistas also got in on the Sanders action, holding an afternoon performance in support of Sanders.

 

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