Hillary Clinton was set to become the first woman presidential nominee of a major U.S. party on Tuesday, a historic moment that Democrats hope will help eclipse rancor between her supporters and those of her rival in the primaries, Bernie Sanders.
The two campaigns are discussing having the Vermont delegation move to make Clinton’s nomination unanimous by acclamation after a roll call.
At its essence, the convention is Hillary Clinton’s opportunity to ask people to give her a fresh look.
The four-day convention kicks off Monday in Philadelphia.
Being a safe pick isn't a bad thing, and the Virginia senator is a disciplined messenger, has a positive persona and can help Clinton appeal to white males — a place where Trump has an edge.
We already told you about the three Georgians with speaking roles at next week’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. But the Hillary Clinton campaign has also released a longer list of folks who will grace the stage at the Wells Fargo Arena Monday through Thursday. You’ll note that Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed is on the list, but that House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams, D-Atlanta, and former state Sen. Jason Carter, D-Atlanta are not.
The Democratic National Convention is likely to open with a showcase of some of the party's biggest stars, including Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, and first lady Michelle Obama, according to a source with knowledge of the convention planning.
From Tim Kaine to Elizabeth Warren to Debbie Wasserman Schultz, here are faces to know before the 2016 Democratic National Convention. It will be held July 25-28 in Philadelphia.
The gatherings of Democrats and Republicans are more than just funny hats and canned speeches.
Despite his loss in the primaries, Bernie Sanders continues to make his mark on the Democratic party