Sanders supporters flock to Philadelphia: What do they want?

Sen. Bernie Sanders is likely to see a large show of support at the Democratic National Convention (DNC) which starts on Monday as protesters flock from all over the country to show that they are still “feeling the Bern.”

Some of the policy changes the protesters are expected to be pushing for include reform of the superdelegate election system, removal of the DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schulz, and a law that would automatically register all Americans to vote when the turn 18.

City officials in Philadelphia are expecting anywhere from 35,000 to 50,000 demonstrators to be present throughout the week and for many of those to be Sanders supporters as nine of the 28 permits to hold official rallies during the convention were given to protesters inspired by the Vermont senator. READ MORE.