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Sen. Bernie Sanders campaigned for president Friday, April 12, 2019, in Madison, Wis.(Photo: Susan Walsh, Associated Press)

MADISON - Apparently, it’s never too early to campaign in Wisconsin.

With a year to go to the state’s presidential primary, Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders came to Madison late Friday afternoon to fire up his liberal base and show that he’s the Democratic contender who can claw back the state next year from President Donald Trump.

It was the start of a weekend campaign swing for Sanders, which will include stops in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania — all states that Trump won in 2016.

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“Together, we are going to make sure that that doesn’t happen again,” Sanders said. “We’re going to win here in Wisconsin. We’re going to win in Indiana. We’re going to win in Ohio.