Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has called for “reversing” the Dominican Republic-Central American Free Trade Agreement, which many local leaders see as critical to Costa Rica’s economy. Others would love to see it go.
After Saturday's contests, Hillary Clinton had 1,121 delegates, nearly half the 2,383 needed to win the Democratic nomination. But speaking at a CNN debate, Bernie Sanders sought to stress his campaign was on an upswing.
Senator Bernie Sanders ran away with the Democrats' Global Presidential Primary in Costa Rica this week, collecting 130 votes to Clinton’s 58, according to partial preliminary results reported by Democrats Abroad Costa Rica Chair Kathy Rothschild.
Hillary Clinton and her late-surging rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders, remained locked in a dead heat with most precincts reporting in Iowa's Democratic caucuses late Monday, setting up what is likely to become a prolonged nominating contest.
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders said Thursday that he is "very disturbed" by reports that the Obama administration has begun preparing for a series of raids that would target for deportation families who fled violence in Central America.
U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders' campaign filed a lawsuit against his party, setting up a potentially fiery showdown with rival and frontrunner Hillary Clinton at their prime-time televised debate on Saturday.
Vermont senator and surging Democratic Party presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is no stranger to Costa Rica, having come here in 2007 to lend his voice to a campaign against the Central American-U.S. Free Trade Agreement, CAFTA-DR.