An emotional roller coaster ride for Sanders delegates from Vermont

Vermont Sanders delegates reluctantly accept Clinton | VTDigger

The four-day Democratic National Convention, which focused on party unity, did not completely succeed in bringing Vermont’s delegates into the fold. Many still cling to Bernie Sanders’ revolution and remain reluctant to vote for the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton. Jo Sabel Courtney, a first-time pledged delegate from Stowe, said the convention has been “an emotional journey.”

Liora Engel-Smith is reporting from the Temple DNC News Bureau in Philadelphia for VTDigger.

Mississippi delegates working hard at DNC

DNC ‘overwhelming,’ but Mississippi delegates ready for a fight

Regardless of whether their work at the Democratic National Convention transforms into progress, delegates from Mississippi said they’ve been working hard. “It’s been jam-packed, overwhelming, exhilarating, amazing,” said Bear Atwood when asked to describe her experience of the last 96 hours at the convention in Philadelphia.

Chris Abruzzo is reporting from the Temple DNC News Bureau in Philadelphia for Sun Herald.

California’s Clinton delegates feels goal was accomplished at DNC

At convention’s end, Fresno Clinton delegates still hope for party unity

On the last day of the Democratic National Convention, California’s Hillary Clinton campaign feels it accomplished its goal of unity within the party. But some delegates for Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders are still unpersuaded that they should check their dislike of Clinton and vote for her rather than Republican Donald Trump.

Harrison Brink is reporting from the Temple DNC News Bureau in Philadelphia for The Fresno Bee.

Video: Jon Dowding speaks with Noticiero Univision’s Maria Elena Salinas at the DNC

Maria Elena Salinas: Acceso Limito en una Edad de Inclusión

AllDigitocracy’s Jon Dowding: Las dos convenciones políticos producen diferencias básicas en los ideologías y personas que están asistiéndolas. María Elena Salinas, una presentadora de Univisión, discute otros diferencias entre la convención republicana y la convención demócrata, especialmente el acceso a entrevistar personas de alto nivel.

Jon Dowding is reporting from the Temple DNC News Bureau in Philadelphia for All Digitocracy.

Video: Taiwanese reporter says Trump scares China

Taiwanese journalist: Donald Trump’s rhetoric scares China

Chifei Fan, a reporter for SETTV in Taiwan, says the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia is much more upbeat than the Republican National Convention held last week in Cleveland. Donald Trump’s message, she says, is making the Republic of China, scared for the future.

Jon Dowding is reporting from the Temple DNC News Bureau in Philadelphia for All Digitocracy.

Video: Delegates from Alaska travel to, and participate in, 2016 DNC

Alaskan Delegates Arrive in Philadelphia

Air date: 7/25/2016

Rob DiRienzo is reporting from the Temple DNC News Bureau in Philadelphia for KTVA 11 News.

Video: Alaskan Delegates’ thoughts on President Obama’s speech at DNC

Alaskan Delegates Discuss President Obama’s Speech

7/27/2016

Rob DiRienzo is reporting from the Temple DNC News Bureau in Philadelphia for KTVA 11 News.

Video: Sanders makes appearance at Alaskan delegate breakfast

Bernie Sanders Surprises Alaskan Delegates

Air date: 7/26/2016

Rob DiRienzo is reporting from the Temple DNC News Bureau in Philadelphia for KTVA 11 News.

Celeb spotting at DNC

Selfie opportunities plentiful at Democratic convention

Susan Sarandon. Debra Messing. Lance Bass. It’s amazing who’ll you’ll see you at a convention when you just turn around. That’s what Jaxon Ravens told the delegates from Washington state in the hall at the Democratic National Convention – turn around in their seats on the floor and look backwards, instead of up at the stage.

Michaela Winberg is reporting from the Temple DNC News Bureau in Philadelphia for The Bellingham Herald.

Congressman John Lewis brings his March to DNC

Congressman Lewis rallies Georgia delegates during the DNC convention

Georgia leaders and delegates spent the third day of the Democratic National Convention rallied around one of their own – acclaimed civil rights activist Rep. John Lewis (D-GA). Lewis addressed his home state delegation Wednesday morning and expressed excitement about Hillary Clinton’s official nomination for president.

Hannah McComsey is reporting from the Temple DNC News Bureau in Philadelphia for The Telegraph.