In the spring of 2015, before Bernie Sanders had a campaign office in New Hampshire, Elizabeth Ropp, an acupuncturist, was making homemade signs for the Vermont senator.
"Bernie inspired me because as somebody who's lived without health insurance for most of my adult life, I want there to be a single-payer health care system," she said.
She was disappointed Sanders wasn't the nominee and is convinced that if he had been, Donald Trump would not be president.
"I want to see Bernie run again in 2020," said Ropp. "We need Bernie to run even if the field is crowded."