After a poll this week showed the previously unthinkable a�� the 73-year-old Independent senator from Vermont surging past Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire a�� therea��s a feeling that the Bernie Sanders operation is maturing from a quixotic pursuit for the White House into the real deal.
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The campaign has already outgrown its modest office on Manchester Road in Concord, and will be moving the state headquarters to Manchester in the coming days. The campaign currently has 10 staffers, with six or seven more staffers to begin Monday. A week after that, another new crew is starting. Aides also will be scouting out more real estate to add to the two field offices.
a�?And then in the next month, our staff size is going to really bloom,a�? said Julia Barnes, Sandersa�� New Hampshire state director, in an interview with POLITICO on Friday at her desk in front of a stack of resumes.
Barnes, who was a regional field director for Joe Biden in 2006 and worked on President Barack Obamaa��s re-election campaign, is at the core of Sandersa�� New Hampshire operation, currently housed in a dimly-lit, sparsely furnished set of rooms in a strip mall off the highway.