- Associated Press - Monday, February 29, 2016

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is imploring supporters in Minnesota to whip up a large turnout in Tuesday’s caucuses.

Sanders said at a rally in Minneapolis Monday, “We can win, no question, here in Minnesota if we have the turnout.”

Sanders offered a series of areas where he’s different from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, including his opposition to super PACs, his vote against the Iraq war and his rejection of trade deals.

Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura was on hand for the rally and told KSTP-TV that he met with Sanders after the event but that Sanders declined his offer for an endorsement. Sanders’ campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Ventura has said he’s split between Sanders and Republican Donald Trump, and is considering launching his own bid for president.

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