"The Democratic presidential candidate and U.S. senator [...] told USA Today in an exclusive interview published Friday that he plans 'to launch educational and political organizations within the next few weeks to keep his progressive movement alive.' Additionally, according to the newspaper:
Sanders plans to support at least 100 candidates running for a wide range of public offices—from local school boards to Congress—at least through the 2016 elections. And he'll continue to raise funds for candidates while campaigning for them all over the country. He said he probably will campaign for Tim Canova, a progressive primary challenger to Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, who chairs the Democratic National Committee.