Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders made a stop in Boston Monday afternoon. 

He accepted an endorsement from grassroots organization People’s Politics. 

Sanders spoke about bringing factory jobs back to the U.S. 

He also spoke about how his campaign is exceeding expectations despite this weekend’s loss in Nevada. 

"We were behind 30 points in New Hampshire," Sanders said. "We were behind 25 points a month ago in Nevada. Well we ended up doing better than a lot of people though we could do. And we will continue to do better than people think we will do."

Sanders also criticized opponent Hillary Clinton for taking donations from political super PACs. 

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