Sanders addresses Minnesota supporters prior to Super Tuesday primary

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Sen. Bernie Sanders reached out to Minnesota voters Monday, the night before the state's primary. 

"I say to Donald Trump, you're going to learn what democracy is about next November," the candidate said to a cheering crowd at the St. Paul RiverCentre.

With 75 delegates up for grabs in Minnesota on Super Tuesday, the Vermont senator emphasized many of the themes of his campaign.

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Those included universal healthcare, raising the minimum wage, supporting workers who want to join a union and ending family separation at the border. 

Sanders also criticized former Vice President Joe Biden, saying he is, "wrong on the issues." During his speech, he criticized Biden's stance on Medicare and the Iraq war. 

The senator also used the rally as an opportunity to welcome Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg supporters into his movement. Klobuchar announced Monday that she would drop out of the presidential race and endorsed Biden.