Ahead of the Wisconsin presidential primary, Democratic White House hopeful Bernie Sanders rips Republican governors including Gov. Scott Walker, accusing them of trying to suppress voter turnout. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is criticizing Republican governors, accusing them of using tactics to try to suppress voter turnout. Speaking at a campaign rally in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Sanders accused Governor Scott Walker and other Republican leaders of "working overtime" to find ways to make it harder for Americans to vote. "I say that if you are afraid of free, open and fair elections, get out of politics and get another job," Sanders said. Some Democrats are concerned over voter ID laws in states like Virginia, Kansas and North Carolina that critics allege throws up barriers to voting by minorities and the poor. Sanders will compete against Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton in Wisconsin on Tuesday.