Democratic National Convention

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Hillary Clinton is now the first female presidential nominee of a major American political party. Here's a look at how her historic run could impact Florida’s next generation.

Florida has a big role to play in the upcoming Presidential election, and beyond. And while the state’s televised primetime presence during the Democratic National Convention may have been limited, the state is still expected to keep its role as a national player.

Gwen Graham's twitter

North Florida Congresswoman Gwen Graham is blasting Governor Rick Scott as well as Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Florida Democratic Party's twitter

Some female politicians from Florida are hailing Hillary Clinton, the first woman to be a presidential nominee for a major party. Their remarks came at Thursday’s Florida delegation breakfast in Philadelphia, before Clinton took center stage at the Democratic National Convention.

Jefferson Middle-High School Assistant Principal, Star Swain.
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Local school principal and Tallahassee-based singer Star Swain is heading to the Democratic National Convention where she’ll sing the National Anthem Thursday.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) showed up suddenly Tuesday and addressed Florida's Democratic delegation, urging his supporters to back Hilary Clinton's bid for the presidency.
C-SPAN / Bernie Sanders, Florida Delegation, Democratic National Convention

Bernie Sanders did not get a lot of love in Florida, losing the state to Hilary Clinton in the Democratic Presidential Primary. But a large swath of Democrats still support him. Now he’s urging his Florida supporters  to back Clinton and unite behind the goal of keeping Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump out of the White House.

MGN Online

After getting booed at a Florida delegates breakfast Monday, Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz didn’t open the Democratic National Convention as previously planned. It’s the latest after the head of the Democratic National Committee announced she’d resign from her position.