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.

Some delegates from Mississippi hold out hope for Sanders

There are Sanders holdouts in Mississippi delegation

On Tuesday morning, the Mississippi delegation at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia met for its daily breakfast meeting before heading to the Pennsylvania Convention Center to attend various caucus meetings. The morning was a little bit different than it was on the first day of convention.

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

Democratic delegates outraged over Mississippi minimum wage

As the 2016 Democratic National Convention gets closer, political leaders and delegates from all over the country are talking about the state of minimum wages. However, no state and its democratic leaders are more concerned than those from Mississippi. The Magnolia State is among those with the highest unemployment and lowest minimum wage.

β€œThe economy will go into turmoil if Donald Trump is elected,” said Hattiesburg attorney Michael Adelman, a Bernie Sanders delegate from the 4th Congressional District.

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