The Bernie Sanders Express may soon be making its last stop.
Sanders’ latest campaign moves have insiders whispering that he’s getting ready to end his 2020 bid.
According to The Associated Press, Joe Caiazzo, Bernie’s campaign director of New Hampshire, has been moved to Massasachusetts.
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Taking his place will be Shannon Jackson, who led Sanders to a re-election victory in the 2018 Vermont Senate race.
Sanders has invested most of his time and efforts into winning the New Hampshire primary. A sudden shift in leadership is a bad sign.
As reported by the latest Real Clear Politics average poll of New Hampshire primary voters, rival candidates are quickly gaining on Sanders in the state.
Some polls even have Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren topping Sanders.
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Meanwhile, Kurt Ehrenburg, who formerly served as the senior adviser for the New Hampshire campaign, has quietly quit.
And if this is wasn’t enough, Sanders himself is taking time off the campaign.
His campaign team announced he’s heading home to rest. He’s cancelled three events across South Carolina.
Campaign spokesman Mike Casca says that while addressing a rally in Denver last Monday, the senator began to lose his voice. He sounded strained during Thursday night’s Democratic debate.
Perhaps he’s preparing to wrap up his 2020 bid.
The Associated Press contributed to this article