RACINE -- Senator Bernie Sanders made his way back to Wisconsin Saturday morning in Racine in support of the Wisconsin Democrat vying for Paul Ryan's Congressional seat.
“Working people have had enough and we’re together," Bryce said.
“[And] now is not the time to be filled with despair," Senator Sanders chimed in.
"Now is the time to standup and fight back and not let them continue to win," he continued.
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And voters, like Mike Lorber of Mt. Pleasant, packing the auditorium in Memorial Hall agreed.
“I like their agenda," Lorber said. "I’m very very discouraged with the administration in Washington especially when it comes to DACA."
Lorber said he’s looking forward to change and future voter, Maggie Derone, said although she can’t yet vote because she's only 15, she can certainly use her voice.
“I’m going to write emails," Derone said. "I’m going to talk to people. I’m going to talk to my mom. I’m going to talk to all everyone I know."