Bernie Sanders entered the 2016 presidential race on May 26, 2015, running as a Democrat. Find out where he stands on four of the biggest issues this election: immigration, ISIS, job growth and gay marriage. (Video by Natalie Fertig / McClatchy DC)
Where does Bernie Sanders stand?
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