Although we still don't have his birth hour here is an informative analysis of the strengths and weaknesses in the natal chart of 2016 candidate Bernie Sanders along with the planetary influences of Election Day 2016.
Yes, the planetary portents look strong for Senator Sanders though last evening's tragic attacks in Paris may hinder presidential chances for any Democrat (of course Sanders is a bit different as a Democratic Socialist) though negatives may cling more specifically to Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State. Still, Republicans adore any opening for denigrating Democrats as being 'soft on terrorism' so we'll see how they spin the Paris attacks politically and how easy such meringue goes down the gullet of the voting public--especially since many things can happen between now and November 8, 2016.
Yet it's highly predictable that Republicans will attempt to frost both Clinton and Sanders as second rate to any one of them as presidential 'tough guys' but the cherry on top will probably go to Hillary Clinton since the GOP expects to be running against her and her formidable popularity come Election Day.
So Who Will Be 'The Other' on Election Day 2016?
Written way back in July 2015 with an update since, here's what evening star Venus has to do with US presidential election outcomes especially the one on November 8, 2016. Voters want "someone different" pundits are saying in reference to the non-politicians who are running--like Ben Carson and Donald Trump though a female president or a Democratic Socialist could satisfy the desire of Venus in Sagittarius quite well. A victorious Senator Sanders might in a sense be considered of a 'rival party' to the Obama wing of the Democrats--unless you count BHO a Republican!
So I wonder if pundits and reporters who say voters want "someone different" know about the Venus Cycle in US Politics: Venus in her own sign of Libra vs Venus in Sagittarius, sign of The Foreigner, or, The Stranger?
Nah! It's more likely that talking heads and their think tanks had to come up with a plausible excuse for why establishment candidates of the Republican persuasion are so far polling like yesterday's stinky catfish.