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  • Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks to supporters at a rally in Charlotte

    Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke to supporters at a rally in Charlotte, N.C. at PNC Music Pavilion on March 14, 2016. He told the crowd that you could tell a lot about a candidate by how he or she raises money. He said his campaign thought about doing what others did with super PACs "for a tenth of a second" before deciding "we don't want or need their money. Let them keep it." He's scheduled to speak in Boise on March 21.

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks to supporters at a rally in Charlotte

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke to supporters at a rally in Charlotte, N.C. at PNC Music Pavilion on March 14, 2016. He told the crowd that you could tell a lot about a candidate by how he or she raises money. He said his campaign thought about doing what others did with super PACs "for a tenth of a second" before deciding "we don't want or need their money. Let them keep it." He's scheduled to speak in Boise on March 21.
David Foster III Charlotte Observer