Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders addressed supporters after winning the Democratic primary in his home state on Tuesday, speaking before what his campaign surely knew would be a string of Super Tuesday losses to Clinton and calling on them to remember the political revolution he aimed to start with his campaign.
“This campaign is not just about electing a president. It is about transforming America,” he said. “It is about making our great country the nation that we know it has the potential to be.”
While Sanders won Vermont and Oklahoma, Clinton cemented her status as the party’s presidential frontrunner with victories in Georgia, Virginia, Alabama, Tennessee and Arkansas.
“What the political revolution is about is bringing our people together, black and white, Latino, Asian American, gay and straight, people born in America, people who have immigrated to America,” Sanders said.
Watch the speech above.