Pinky’s Barking For Bernie!

Our Canine Mascot Wants Every Eligible Voter In Western New York To Get To The Polls & Support Bernie Sanders In This Tuesday’s New York State Primary

A Brief One from Niagara At Large

Posted April 18th, 2016

Some of our longtime readers and subsribers have been asking about Pinky and what she’s up to these days.

Our NAL mascot is barking for Bernie! She wants all of her Western New York friends and neighbours to vote for him.

Our NAL mascot is barking for Bernie! She wants all of her Western New York friends and neighbours to vote for him.

In case you don’t know, Pinky is Niagara At Large’s adopted mascot – a small but mighty chiwawa with dual U.S.-Canadian citizenship who was visiting us during last year’s federal election in Canada and came down with a bad case of ‘Harper Derangement Syndrome’ until Harper’s defeat had her wagging her tail again.

Now Pinky’s back home with her American friends and like them, she’s Feelin’ the Bern’ because she knows, like they know, that if we are ever going to get any real action on issues like climate change and creating decent paying jobs and health care for all, you have to have someone like Bernie Sanders – someone who has been fighting for a better life for everyone all of his adult life – in the White House.

So forget about all of those mainstream media pundits and polls suggesting that Hillary and Bill Clinton Inc. have the Democratic Party nomination in the bag.

If enough of our New York friends and neighbours go to the polls this Tuesday, April 19th and vote for progressive change and a future we can all believe in, Bernie Sanders will be the next president of the United States.

For more information on voting for Bernie Sanders on New York State Primary day visit the volunteers for Buffalo for Bernie Sanders at – .

To see some of Bernie Sanders campaign ads, click on the following –

A recent ad on trade deals – . .  for The America ad . works for all of us .

Real Change for America – .

NOW IT IS YOUR TURN. Niagara At Large encourages you to share your views on this post. A reminder that we only post comments by individuals who share their first and last name with them.

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