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Hillary Clinton Makes History as DNC Comes to a Close

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton delivers remarks during the fourth day of the Democratic National Convention. (Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for president on Thursday night, becoming the first female candidate of a major party. We’ll discuss what this milestone means, how Clinton might pull Bernie Sanders supporters to her camp, and what’s next in the Clinton v. Trump election once both conventions are over.


Carla Marinucci, California Playbook reporter, Politico

Scott Shafer, senior editor, KQED's California Politics and Government Desk


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