Bernie Sanders to speak at the College this evening

by The Dartmouth Senior Staff | 1/14/16 12:51pm

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will be speaking at 7 p.m. this evening in the Hopkins Center's Spaulding Auditorium.

The Vermont senator will discuss climate change, political systemic corruption and higher education tuition, according to his campaign website.

The latest Monmouth University poll released on Tuesday, shows Sanders holding a 14 point lead over Clinton in New Hampshire.

Sanders is a 73 percent favorite when considering only state polls, according to FIveThirtyEight. The statistical website's aggregate metric, polls-plus — which includes state polls, endorsements and national polls — shows Clinton edging out Sanders 57-43.

Sanders' visit to Dartmouth comes a day after Bill Clinton spoke on a campaign stop for Hillary Clinton.

Sanders and Clinton will participate in the final Democratic presidential debate this Saturday in South Carolina before the Feb.9 New Hampshire primary.

This story will be updated throughout the evening.