Here’s what Bernie Sanders, Chris Christie and Bobby Jindal are doing today to get to the 2016 presidential elections.
Los Angeles, (ENTRAVISION).- In person or with the use of technology, all 21 presidential hopefuls are working hard to be heard by as many voters as possible.
Heres where three of them are doing today to get to the White House.
The Democratic candidate that has brought together more followers than any other candidate, is turning to technology today to be present at 3,000 events across the country. The senators team organized the thousands of meetings to be held at homes, coffee shops and union halls in all 50 states; Sanders is expected to address them via streaming tonight at 8:00 ET.
Outspoken governor of New Jersey is still in New Hampshire today. He will have a meet and greet in the morning and speak at the Americans for Peace, Prosperity and Security Forum in the evening.
As part of the national interviews he is giving this week, the governor of Louisiana appeared on CBS This Morning today. He criticized president Barack Obama for the nuclear deal with Iran and faced criticism himself for his low favorable numbers in the polls of his own state.