Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is highlighting the differences between he and his opponent, Hillary Clinton, during a campaign stop in New Mexico. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT - NATURAL (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders campaigned on Saturday (May 21) in Vado, New Mexico, where highlighted differences between his campaign and rival Hillary Clinton ahead of the state's June 7 primary. During his campaign speech, he pointed to the two candidates' differences in policy on fundraising, minimum wage, free trade agreements and fracking, among others. Clinton has turned much of her campaign efforts toward Republican front-runner Donald Trump, who has been running about even with her in national polls of voters looking ahead to the Nov. 8 presidential election. The former secretary of state has suggested the Democratic race was over because of her nearly insurmountable lead in delegates to the nominating convention, despite Sanders' insistence on staying in the race. The Sanders campaign rebuffed Clinton's nudge to get out of the race, pointing to his recent victories in Indiana, West Virginia and Oregon.