Tears came to Jane Sander's eyes as she looked out over the crowd listening to her husband wrap up his speech.
"This many people, so early in the process, it's very inspiring, " she said.
Traveling the campaign trail with her husband, Jane Sanders stood to the side of the stage and looked out on the crowd.
When asked if she was tired from the packed schedule in Iowa, Jane Sanders said "No, energized."
As a first-time visitor to the state, Jane Sanders said that she was impressed with the number of people that showed up to the events and the thoughtful questions they asked.
Though Jane Sanders said that she was the voice of caution while the couple considered a run for the Democratic presidential nomination, she is now 100 percent behind her husband of 27 years. The two celebrated their anniversary on Thursday, the first night of campaigning in Iowa.
Jane said that watching her husband speak to a crowd of 700 people in Davenport made her feel the way she did when she first fell in love with Bernie Sanders when he was campaigning for mayor of Burlington.
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