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May 012016
 

Senator Bernie Sanders has identified issues and his position on such issues (https://berniesanders.com/issues/; obtained 05-01-2016). This current presidential candidate has a relatively high level  intuition (see previous articles on the mainstream 2012 US Presidential Candidates for the methodology used here and previously to determine level of intuition) and likely the highest of any candidate currently running for US President in either the Democratic or Republican Party. Per his website (https://berniesanders.com/issues/; obtained on 05-01-2016) he identified issues and his position on such issues. Here is an excerpt from one issue he identified: ”ISSUES Fighting for Affordable Housing” (https://berniesanders.com/issues/fighting-for-affordable-housing/; obtained on 5-1-2016):

“From the time Sen. Sanders was elected mayor of Burlington, Vermont in 1981, he has made affordable housing a top priority. One of his proudest achievements as mayor was creating the first municipally-funded housing trust in the nation, which continues to create homeownership opportunities for moderate income families who had been shut out of the market. And in Congress, he is proud to have been – along with California Congresswoman Barbara Lee – the original House sponsor of the National Affordable Housing Trust Fund Act, which became law in 2008.While the housing market has improved since the worst days of the housing meltdown and recession, millions of Americans remain underwater with their mortgages and millions more can’t get a loan to buy a house. On the rental side, more than 7 million households lack access to adequate affordable housing, with many facing a daily choice between housing, food, and healthcare. Meanwhile, many working families, veterans, the mentally ill and the poor are living in their cars, in homeless shelters, or simply out on the street. That is unacceptable.”

 

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