Philadelphia, Penn. (NBC News) — We’re just hours away from history being made at the Democratic National Convention, with Hillary Clinton set to become the first woman nominated for President by a major party.
“To be on the first row of history, getting goose bumps just talking about it,” Jennifer McClellan, Virginia State Delegate, says.
Bernie Sanders’ delegates are not giving up easily.
Convention leaders guarantee Sanders supporters will have a voice, but people worry they might also put up a fight and try to derail the roll call vote.
Sanders went around this morning urging delegates not to protest.
“It is easy to “boo” but it is harder to look your kids in the face who would be living under a Donald Trump presidency,” Sanders said.
The anti-Clinton camp is said to be working on someone to replace Tim Kaine.
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