Dallas Roberts, 23, was running on about an hour of sleep when he arrived in Philadelphia on Sunday morning, July 24, for the Democratic National Convention. His red-eye flight from Seattle to Newark, N.J., was less than ideal – Roberts was stuck in the emergency exit row behind a crying toddler.
A co-owner of a brewery, a tribal council member and a young woman fresh out of high school are among the six men and women who will represent Bellingham and Whatcom County, Wash., as delegates to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Washington state will also send its governor, Jay Inslee, and U.S.
Dallas Roberts needed some help paying for his trip to Philadelphia later this month. The Western Washington University alum was selected to be a delegate at the Democratic National Convention, so he decided to turn to GoFundMe – a popular crowd-funding site.
Hillary Clinton has had heated exchanges with Black Lives Matters activists in the past year. Now she’s tweeting their name Presumptive Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton faces criticism from one of her strongest opponents, and this time, it is not Donald Trump.
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