Away from the bustle of the convention, Welch told the Free Press he was happy to hear from multiple candidates outside of their natural constituency."When you run for president you're really reaching out to try to represent the entire country," Welch said.
"Bernie showing up here along with Martin O'Malley and other candidates, they are making it clear they want to listen and reach beyond their base to ultimately succeed."Welch noted Sanders and Trump have one thing in common — neither represent traditional politicians.
The pair joined six other presidential candidates along with numerous politicians and celebrities for Monday’s forum at the Radisson in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Sanders joined the convention via satellite from Las Vegas, where he will participate in the first Democratic debate on Tuesday. The group is focused on practical solutions to issues like job creation, balancing the federal budget, securing Social Security and Medicare and energy security.
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