It’s an interesting time to be blind.
The Bernie Sanders campaign has been able to draw huge crowds across the country, including those at a New Hampshire town hall on Tuesday.
But it’s also been challenged in states like Texas and Mississippi where a majority of voters are blind.
The campaign has come under fire for its lack of information on how to get an appointment with a certified eye doctor.
The campaign also failed to answer questions about the state of the U.S. healthcare system when asked about the possibility of a government program to fund blind people’s surgeries.
Now, the “Ophthalmology for Bernie” group is raising money for blind people to see their doctor.
Its members say the idea of a Bernie Sanders presidential campaign is not based on ideology or policy but instead on the need to protect the health of Americans.
The group is running a web campaign in which people can sign up for appointments online.
That’s what the group is calling its “Ocular Surgeries for Bernie.”
The goal is to provide $5,000 per person per visit, with an average of $50.
That works out to $12,000 for the group.
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