Socialist Presidential Candidate is Not-So-Sanders

 
Presidential candidate Jerry White (right) with vice-presidential candidate Niles Niemuth (left)
 
The Bernie Sanders presidential campaign of 2016 led some voters to reconsider how the terms "social" or "socialist" might fit into their political self-identity. Though Sanders is out of the presidential contest now, at least one self-described Socialist is still looking for votes.  Socialist Equality Party candidate Jerry White is running as a write-in in the state of Minnesota.  White will visit Minneapolis on Tuesday, September 13 at 7pm in the Molecular and Cellular Biology Building at the University of Minnesota. KFAI’s Sylvia Thomas and World Socialist Website writer Anthony Bertolt talked with White about his stance on the issues, and what makes a socialist a socialist. 
 
For more information about the Socialist Equality Party's presidential campaign you can visit www.sep2016.com
For more information from the Socialist Equality Party and Anthony Bertolt and other writers, you can visit www.wsws.org
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