FL delegates remain skeptical of Clinton DNC nomination

Manatee-Sarasota delegates express mixed feelings after Clinton nomination

After the Democratic Party officially named Hillary Clinton as its nominee for president, some Bernie Sanders supporters at the convention staging a walkout in protest. But Sanders delegates from Manatee-Sarasota did not join. “When things come to an end you need to close a door, move on and find a new direction,” Sanders delegate David Beaton of Sarasota said Wednesday.

Cherea Hatcher is reporting from the Temple DNC News Bureau in Philadelphia for the Bradenton Herald.

Clinton trumps GOP nominee on LGBT issues

Sanders delegate: Clinton better for LGBT community than Trump

Some Washington State delegates supporting Bernie Sanders at the Democratic National Convention still can’t find enough to get excited about Hillary Clinton. But they’ve found one issue around which they can unite. The Democratic nominee, they feel, trumps Donald Trump when it comes to support of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights.

Talore McBride is reporting from the Temple DNC News Bureau in Philadelphia for The News Tribune.

Wash. Governor proud of progressive Democratic Party platform at DNC

Gov. Inslee says Clinton ‘is a strong and experienced leader’

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said he is proud of what has come out of the DNC so far – including both the Washington state Democratic Party platform and the national party platform draft. In particular, he is most proud of the progressive stance the party has taken on minimum wage laws, gun legislation, climate change and health care.

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

Wasserman Schultz greeted by cheers and boos as she took to the podium

Manatee, Sarasota Democratic delegates react to fall of Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Shultz addressed a very emotional Florida delegation Monday morning. After announcing Sunday that she plans to resign amid the release of controversial emails among officials from the Democratic Party, she appeared Monday morning to deliver a speech to her home state delegation.

Cherea Hatcher is reporting from the Temple DNC News Bureau in Philadelphia for Bradenton Herald.