Sanders tells Washington delegates Trump a bigger issue than Clinton DNC nom

Sanders encourages Washington delegates to build Democratic party

Sen. Bernie Sanders told Washington state delegates that the country is now facing bigger issues than him losing the Democratic presidential nomination. “We have an enormous amount of work to do, and that means keeping our eyes focused on the real issues,” he said at the state’s early morning breakfast on Wednesday, July 27.

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

Sanders supporters protest Clinton nom with DNC walkout

Bellingham delegate one of Sanders backers who walked out after Clinton nomination

Richard May of Bellingham was one of about 100 delegates to the Democratic National Convention pledged to Sen. Bernie Sanders who walked out of the hall July 26, 2016, in protest of Hillary Clinton’s nomination for president. Other Whatcom County delegates did not participate in the walkout.

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

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.

Washington state progressives not happy with Clinton’s VP pick

Some Washington delegates still support Sanders despite his call for unity

When Hillary Clinton introduced Sen. Tim Kaine as her running mate last week, many Washington state progressives were not happy. And Monday, on the opening day of the Democratic National Convention, they still weren’t. “(Kaine) may not have been the best choice if Clinton wants to include progressives,” said Jake Egloff, a delegate from Wenatchee who supports Sen.

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