Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) will be back in town next month to promote his new book at the Free Library of Philadelphia.
The former Democratic presidential candidate “shares stories from his recent campaign trail and maps out his ideas to continue the fight for all Americans’ futures” in Our Revolution, according to a news release.
Prior to running against Hillary Clinton in the Democratic presidential primary, Sanders served nine years in the U.S. Senate, 16 years in the House of Representatives, and three terms as the mayor of Burlington, Vt. In July, Sanders received 1,843 delegate votes at the Democratic National Convention here in Philadelphia, compared to Clinton's 2,838.
Tickets to Sanders’ Philly appearance run $30 and go on sale Oct. 19 at noon via the Free Library site. There will be no public book signings or photo opportunities, the library said this week, but each ticket includes a pre-signed copy of Sanders’ book.