NC Democrats meet to select delegates for national convention
RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — North Carolina Democrats began selecting delegates Saturday who will ultimately vote for either Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.
Democratic conventions are being held in each of the state’s 13 congressional districts this weekend.
One in the Triangle area was held Saturday at Jordan High in Durham.
The Democrats gathered to elect various offices – including delegates who will go to the national convention in Philadelphia this summer.
Those elected in that role identify either as a Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders delegate to select a presidential candidate in what is still right now a divided party.
“You know, it seems like the Democratic party always has lively discussions and we’re the party of inclusiveness and big tent and we’re going to continue to have our conversation about who’s going to be the best candidate to represent our party in this fall’s presidential election. So, it’s going to continue to be interesting