Vermont's independent U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders is calling Tuesday's election the most important mid-term vote in the modern history of the United States.
In an appearance Sunday at the University of New Hampshire, Sanders had a message for younger voters - "bring your friends and your family members and your co-workers out. Let us stand up for justice. Let us stand up for democracy. Let us win on Tuesday."
Sanders says more than just the economy and healthcare are at stake. At the rally organized by the New Hampshire Youth Movement and Rights and Democracy he said that what's at stake is "who we are as a people."
U.S. & World
Sanders, who is considering a 2020 run for the presidency, is also appearing Sunday at events in Vermont.