By Jonathan Gang
Photos by Pankaj Khadka
BU News Service
After a hard fought primary and four days of a convention that has been alternately contentious and adulatory, Hillary Clinton will finally formally accept her party’s nomination and become the first woman candidate of a major party for President of the United States tonight. For her supporters and delegates, it’s a moment that’s been a long time coming. We spoke to a few of them on the floor of the Wells Fargo Center Thursday afternoon to find out what this historic night means to them.
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Evette Simmons of Port St. Lucie, Florida
Harpreet S. Sandu of Richmond, California
Jamie Harrison, Chairman of the South Carolina Democratic Party
JoAnne Goodwin of Broward County, Florida
Katherine Gilmore-Richardson of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Teege Metille of Ashland, Wisconsin