Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks during a campaign rally in Cloverdale, California, U.S. June 3, 2016. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
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Sanders' campaign adventure takes him from Hamilton to RomeHe's lagging in delegates and votes, but Bernie Sanders is still on one excellent campaign adventure.Sanders' freewheeling political adventure could soon end as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton passes the magic number needed to clinch the Democratic nomination and calls intensify for Sanders to exit the race. Sanders and Clinton are both campaigning aggressively in California, among several states voting Tuesday.Of course, Sanders is far from the first candidate to enjoy the perks of the trail. But while Bill Clinton famously played his saxophone alongside late-night host Arsenio Hall and Barack Obama would play basketball on primary days, few candidates have taken as many side excursions as Sanders. Sanders' ambitious campaign schedule has not been affected. Spokesman Michael Briggs said Sanders has done 30 rallies in California since mid-May. Briggs also noted that Clinton and Obama have taken in "Hamilton".
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