WATCH: In New York City, Bernie Sanders Asks Supporters, 'Where Do We Go From Here?'

Bernie Sanders is keeping his progressive movement alive despite not winning the Democratic nomination for president. After speaking at the annual convention of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Thursday morning and taping an interview for "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" that afternoon, Sanders returned to the Town Hall performance venue in New York City, where he held a fundraiser last September. 

The program is titled “Where We Go From Here" and began at 7pm EST. 
Bernie Sanders believes that it is time for "the most progressive platform ever passed by the Democratic Party." 
On Friday, Sanders will also be attending a rally in Syracuse, during his campaign for Eric Kingson, a congressional candidate Sanders has endorsed.
Sanders plans to campaign heavily for down-ballot candidates with progressive agendas in the coming months, which the Syracuse event signals the start of. 


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