Chris Petzold, a Washington state Indivisible chapter founder said, "I'm here for Kamala Harris or Elizabeth Warren ... I really want to see a woman in the White House next, I think it's beyond time."
He was a Sanders supporter in 2016, but he's undecided now and probably won't vote for Sanders: "I like the energy, youth, focus, and passion of some of the other candidates."
"There are other candidates who are approaching [Sanders'] level of progressivity, especially Elizabeth Warren," Shapiro said.
Dirnbach, added, "Maybe a Bernie-Warren ticket with Tulsi Gabbard as secretary of defense?"
"I can't stand Bernie," she said. "I can't stand him at all. He showed his true colors here in 2015 when he spoke over a group of black women who wanted to speak and that turned me off on him forever ... Warren is my senator, and I adore her."
"I'm a very indecisive person ... It's such a fraught decision that I'll waffle until right before I have to decide," he said of the 2020 Democratic primary.
"The candidates who weren't here still have an opportunity to talk to the grassroots, but this is really such a special space," she said.
"My top issues have a lot to do with creating a more just economy," she said, naming income inequality, addressing generational poverty, healthcare, and climate change.
"What I think is much more important is the work that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is doing in Congress and the work the Justice Democrats are doing to recruit more candidates like her all over the country ... you gotta force the leaders to do what needs to be done," she said.
"It's just fantastic to see that we can push this new crop of leaders to truly represent the public and make the transformative change that we all yearn for," he said.