The 2020 Democratic presidential primary will be similar to 2016 in at least one regard: Bernie Sanders is running for the nomination. But political observers say the electoral landscape has changed dramatically since Sanders’ last presidential bid, and not necessarily in ways that favor his latest candidacy.

Sen. Bernie Sanders has confirmed to VPR that he is seeking the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.

Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont is giving it another go, launching a second campaign for the White House four years after surprising Democrats with a strong bid for the party's 2016 nomination.

"We began the political revolution in the 2016 campaign, and now it's time to move that revolution forward," the independent senator told Vermont Public Radio in an interview airing Tuesday morning.

A handful of potential and declared 2020 presidential candidates are spending Presidents Day Weekend criss-crossing New Hampshire.

NHPR's reporters are on the trail, and filed these reports.

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Elizabeth Warren Makes 2020 Presidential Bid Official

Feb 10, 2019

Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren made her run for the 2020 presidency official Saturday in Lawrence.

In her presidential kickoff speech at a mill site where many immigrant factory workers went on strike about a century ago, she pledged her campaign will “build an American that works for everyone,” putting emphasis on combating economic inequality in the U.S.

Despite the sub-freezing temperature, scores of people gathered to hear a fired-up Warren outline her agenda if elected as America’s first woman president.