Bernie Sanders saw his election chances slip away at the Democratic National Convention, but not before Sanders had built a following with a loyalty akin to Ron Paul supporters on the other side of the aisle in 2012. It is also important to note that while Paul’s supporters were loyal, Bernie Sanders received over four... Show More Summary
During the Democratic National Convention last summer, the First Lady, Michelle Obama, gave a rousing speech. Her most memorable line was, "When they go low, we go high," and it became an unofficial anthem of the Clinton campaign. With...Show More Summary
Khizr Khan, the Pakistani American lawyer and Gold Star father whose fiery speech at the Democratic National Convention was a significant moment in the presidential campaign, will write a memoir about his life story and the death of his son, Army Capt. Humayun Khan, in the Iraq war. "I still remember...
Ilyse Hogue, the president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, made a name for herself at the Democratic National Convention with a speech proclaiming that she had an abortion because a baby would interfere with her career plans.
Onstage at the Democratic National Convention in July of this year, Vice President Joe Biden teared up as he spoke of his late son Beau, who died in May of 2015 of brain cancer at the age of 46. Beau Biden had introduced his father at the 2008 convention. “I know I sound like a... Read more » Joe Biden, A Retrospective is an article from: The Inquisitr News
Bernie Sanders, who ended his presidential bid at the Democratic National Convention, appears to be setting an unusual record — a historic number of write-in votes. In his home state, one of few that has released write-in data, Sanders won 18,183 votes despite not being on the ballot, and despite encouraging his voters to back Hillary Clinton. […]
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by Stranger Staff FIGHTING FOR THE FUTURE: Seattle middle and high school students take to the streets. Nate Gowdy When Khizr Khan stood at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia earlier this year and said directly to Donald...Show More Summary
Katy Perry loves Hillary Clinton. Like really, honestly, sincerely loves her. She was probably Hillary's biggest supporter during her presidential campaign: she spoke and performed at the Democratic National Convention, she constantly...Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) In his speech to the Democratic National Convention this year, President Obama declared: I think it’s fair to say, this is not your typical election. It’s not just a choice between parties or policies; the usual debates between left and right. Show More Summary
Twelve years ago, Barack Obama introduced himself to the American public by way of a speech given at the Democratic National Convention, in Boston, in which he declared, “There’s not a black America or a white America or a Latino America,...Show More Summary
Back in April this year, Microsoft revealed their plans for the 2016 Republican and Democratic National Conventions. Microsoft said that it will act in a bipartisan manner and provide similar levels of support to both conventions and they will provide the conventions with technology tools to help them operate efficiently and accurately. They clearly mentioned […]
Harkening back to his 2004 Democratic National Convention keynote address, President Barack Obama struck a conciliatory tone in remarks given on Wednesday after Donald Trump was elected as his successor in the White House. Certainly,...Show More Summary
Demi Lovato has made it clear that she’s voting for Hillary Clinton. She has been a big part of the presidential nominee’s campaign. Demi even spoke during the Democratic National Convention. But her latest tweet has fans scratching their heads. Show More Summary
According to two of the hacked emails released by WikiLeaks, the Democratic National Convention crafted questions and sent them to CNN with the hope they'd be used in interviews of Republican politicians.
Jerry Emmett, who was born before women could vote, was a star of the Democratic National Convention.
You might just recognize Jerry Emmett. She's the exuberant, well-coiffed, 102-year-old woman who proudly pledged Arizona's 51 delegates to Hillary Clinton on national television during July's Democratic National Convention. And on Monday, she finally got to do something she's waited on for decades. Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! The Vermont senator is doing everything in his power to get Hillary Clinton elected. Since conceding to Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention, Bernie Sanders has rigorously campaigned for his former primary opponent. Show More Summary
Jerad W. Alexander at Narratively writes—This one-eyed, insult-spewing senator was the Donald Trump of the 1890s: O n a warm morning in July 1896, on the third day of the Democratic National Convention, South Carolina Senator Benjamin Tillman stepped onto the stage of the Chicago Coliseum. Show More Summary
As early as last December, the Clinton campaign was planning to neutralize Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and forcing her out after the party convention was one of … Click to Continue »