Democratic presidential nominee candidate Bernie Sanders stated he would continue his campaign until the completion of the party’s National Convention in Philadelphia on July 25
We will fight hard to win the Washington primary, and then take our fight for social, economic, racial and environmental justice toward Philadelphia, Sanders said.
Although his opponent Clinton has three million votes more than him, Sanders said he would work hard to attract the super delegates that now support Clinton to his side.
Sanders will meet tomorrow with US President Barack Obama, and the Senate minority Harry Reid.
According to The Hill website, he also plans to return to his camp in Vermont to assess the direction of his campaign.
I am extremely optimistic about the future of our country when many young people believe that this vision of social, economic, racial and environmental justice should be the future of the United States, Sanders added.