In Sanders' hometown, people proud of his mark on campaign

Vanessa Arbour, left, and friend Benjamin Gorbach talk about the Democratic presidential candidacy of Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., on Saturday June 11, 2016, in Burlington, Vt. Sanders is in his hometown of Burlington for the weekend and residents and visitors to the city say they're proud of what Sanders has accomplished during his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, but they are coming to recognize his active campaign for the presidency is coming to an end. (AP Photo/Wilson Ring)BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — People in this lakeside city that Bernie Sanders helped transform as mayor before embarking on a career in Congress are proud of the mark he’s left in the 2016 presidential race even as they recognize that his White House bid is almost certainly going to fall short.

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