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.
At a breakfast for the California delegation to the Democratic National Convention, more than half of the 422 seats are empty. The people filling the left side of the banquet hall -since day one primarily Bernie Sanders delegates – become scarcer every day as Sanders delegates feel disenfranchised from the official convention.
As the Democratic National Convention got underway Monday in Philadelphia, San Luis Obispo convention delegate Heidi Harmon was among the large number of protesting Bernie Sanders delegates saying that the movement the Vermont senator started with his presidential run isn’t over even if his campaign is done.