Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders Packs the Breslin Center
More than 10,000 people came to the Breslin Center on Wednesday to see Senator Bernie Sanders. Sanders talked about social and economic equality during his hour long speech.
Sanders said, "People out there don't want you to vote or to participate in the political process because they want to make all the decisions for you." They love the idea that the last winter election in 2014, 63 percent of the American people did not vote."
Other topics Bernie Sanders focused on was free college tuition, eliminating interest on student loans and the availability of high paying jobs.
Lines to get into the building wrapped around the Breslin center hours before Sanders took to the podium. Here's the latest from the Lansing State Journal.