Presidential Election 2016
California state Treasurer John Chiang, speaking to the California delegation on Monday July 25, 2016 at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, said California's diversity makes the state a nightmare for Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Sacramento's Doug Elmets, a public relations and political consultant and former Reagan administration staff member, has never voted for a Democrat in his life. That's changing this election. And on Thursday July 28, 2016, he will address the Democratic National Convention to rip GOP nominee Donald Trump and explain why he is supporting Hillary Clinton. He explains his reasoning in his Sacramento office on July 25, 2016.
Bernie Sanders supporters drowned out California Secretary of State Alex Padilla during a California delegation breakfast meeting at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Monday July 25, 2016.
At the opening day breakfast for California delegates to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Monday July 25, 2016, Bernie Sanders supporters chanted, sometimes drowning out scheduled speakers.
Two of California's delegates to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia talk Sunday July 24, 2016 about why they are supporting their presidential candidates.
Experienced and popular, the 58-year-old senator from Virginia, rounds out the Democratic ticket for the 2016 race for the White House. What makes Tim Kaine Hillary Clinton’s ideal vice presidential running mate?
People at the Republican National Convention try to use flags to cover a protester's sign. The woman's sign reads, "No Raciscm, No Hate."
Describing Donald Trump as a "fighter" and a leader in women's rights, Ivanka Trump introduces her father, Donald Trump, on Thursday night at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
Republican delegates descended on Cleveland to hear speeches, cast votes and ... dance. From Bruce Springsteen to Johnny Cash, a live band covers all the GOP favorites, and the Quicken Loans Arena floor turns in to one big GOP dance floor.
Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal and an openly gay man, spoke at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland Thursday, supporting Donald Trump as his pick for the next president of the United States. Thiel described the bathroom debates as a "distraction from our real problems."