Seen on the trail: Week of May 15

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Seen on the trail: Week of May 15
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The people of this country know that we are past the time for establishment politics. If we want to build a future to truly believe in, then we need to build a government that works for everyone, not just the few on top. #FeelTheBern
Bernie and the Great Plains Dance Company, who performed before his rally in Sioux Falls.
If we don't put an end to Citizen's United, Congress will be wearing sponsorship-covered jackets like NASCAR drivers.
It's a bird! It's a plane!
I #love the #TrumpTrain! Thank you for your amazing support! #Trump2016
The Second Amendment to our Constitution is clear. The right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed upon. Period. #Trump2016 #TrumpTrain #secondamendment #2a
We’re going to do everything we can to make sure every young person in this country has the skills and the education they need to succeed, from preschool to college. We need to expand access to high-quality early childhood education. Every kid should have a good school and good teachers from K-12 in his or her zip code. Community college should be free. Four-year college should be debt-free, so you don’t have to borrow a penny to go to a public college or university. And if you already have student debt, you should be able to refinance it to relieve that burden. It's time to make sure costs or where you live aren't a barrier to a good education, and debt doesn't hold you back.
Spotted in Kentucky.
Don't worry, Danny. We will make sure that the puppies have a voice in the the political process.
What vulture funds on Wall Street are demanding is that Puerto Rico fire teachers, close schools, cut pensions and abolish the minimum wage so that they can reap huge profits off the suffering and misery of the children and the people of Puerto Rico. We cannot allow that to happen. We will not allow that to happen. #FeelTheBern
"I don’t think there is anything more important than working to provide every child in this country and beyond the chance to do what that child is meant to do, because I think every child has a God-given purpose and a God-given potential. That means every child deserves a good teacher and a good school regardless of the zip code that child lives in. That means every child deserves the health care that will keep that child healthy, will deal with whatever befalls him or her. That means that the child’s parents and grandparents deserve good jobs with rising incomes to provide a good, solid life for their son and daughter, for their grandchild." —Hillary
Running for president is like a gigantic job interview and there are three big tests you should apply to anybody asking for your vote. First, can they produce positive results that make a difference in people's lives? Second, can they keep us safe? Finally, can they unify our country? In some ways, that may be among the most important tasks facing the next president.
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Social media is playing a huge role in this year's presidential election. Each candidate and their supporters have been sharing behind-the-scenes photos and videos on Instagram, providing voters with an inside look at their everyday lives.

As the candidates fight to secure their party's nomination, they continue to use social media to reach America's youth.

There's always something happening -- from debates and primaries to attack ads and defensive remarks -- so stay locked here for updates on all things election 2016.

Click through the slideshow above to see this week's political scene.

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