MANCHESTER, N.H. - Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) says he's got bold ideas and people in New Hampshire will hear them Saturday.
"Look it is no secret, ya know, I've said it many times I'm giving some thought to maybe running for President of the United States," Sanders said.
Sanders says he's held hundreds of town meetings in Vermont, but on Saturday he's going to St. Anslem college.
He'll talk about the economy and saving the middle class. Most of all, he wants to know what people are thinking.
"I've got to get a sense of where people are coming from around the country and New Hampshire is a very important state in that process - so we're going to be talking to folks there and see where they're coming from."
The town meeting begins at 10:30 a.m. Doors open at 10 a.m.
Organizers are expecting a full house.
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