Delegates gathering in Philadelphia on Monday for the Democratic National Convention have a lot to be thankful for.
President Obama has seen a rise in his job approval ratings. That’s good news for Hillary Clinton, who served as his secretary of State and is promising in her campaign that she will build on his accomplishments.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, the democratic socialist from Vermont who ran a surprisingly strong campaign, has endorsed Clinton. Yes, some of his followers continue to grumble about a “rigged” nomination process, but the vast majority of them tell pollsters they will back Clinton in November.