As the South Carolina primary unfolds, Bernie Sanders won't be hustling for last-minute votes there but instead will be invading Elizabeth Warren's home turf.
The Vermont senator is holding a noon rally Saturday on Boston Common, not far from Warren's home in Cambridge. And he's spending the night before in the Massachusetts senator's home state.
Sanders is also scheduled to appear at a rally in Springfield Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the MassMutual Center.
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Massachusetts is one of 14 states voting on March 3 for “Super Tuesday.”
Sanders and Warren have largely avoided criticizing each other even while competing for many of the same voters. But Sanders' hitting Warren's home state doesn't exactly send a message of political camaraderie.