Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders goes trick-or-treating with his grandchildren on Halloween night in Lebanon, New Hampshire and encounters an avid supporter with a Bernie 'teddy bear'. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders went trick-or-treating with his grandchildren on Halloween night (October 31) in Lebanon, New Hampshire shortly after a campaign stop. Sanders surprised local residents some of whom appeared to be his supporters and wished the U.S. senator from Vermont good luck in his campaign. At one point, Sanders approached a woman with a "Bernie bear" -- a teddy bear with a head of white hair and a "Bernie for President" button. "This is the real thing... I'm so honored" Sanders told her. "This is an experience of a lifetime. That is clearly something that is not going to happen every day," he said. The Brooklyn native and self-styled socialist has drawn big crowds at rallies and town halls, and is Hillary Clinton's biggest rival for the Democratic presidential nomination.