Due to scheduling conflicts, Senator Bernie Sanders' Morgantown rally has been postponed.
The rally was scheduled to take place at the Marriott at Waterfront Place on Aug. 25. Instead, Sanders will be attending the 76th National Convention for the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America at the Wyndham Grand Hotel in Pittsburgh, according to channel 13 WOWK. This convention is not open to the public.
This would have been Sanders' second time visiting Morgantown. According to WV MetroNews, he planned to discuss his comprehensive Workplace Democracy plan and Green New Deal policy for the upcoming 2020 election.
Sanders' Workplace Democracy plan focuses on incorporating better wages, benefits and working, as well as increasing union membership, according to Sanders' official campaign website. The Green New Deal policy is part of Sanders' plan to fight climate change.
The Morgantown rally has not yet been rescheduled.