Ahead of Tuesday's nominating contest in Wisconsin, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says ''if elected president, we're gonna have $15 bucks in every state.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders told voters in Wausau, Wisconsin on Sunday that if elected president, he would ensure that the national mimumum wage would be raised to $15 per hour, as had been the initiative in other states prior. "San Fransisco, Los Angeles: $15 bucks an hour. Oregon: $15 bucks and hour. In the last two weeks, California, New York: $15 bucks and hour," Sanders said. "And if elected president we're going to have $15 bucks an hour in every state in this country," he told voters. Sanders, a U.S. senator from Vermont, has been a surprisingly strong challenger to Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination.