Delegates at the DNC wore everything from Styrofoam cheeseheads to leis on Thursday night.
So much for party disunity.
The debate surrounding the creation of superdelegates shows party insiders differentiated between the value of representative and direct democracy.
Sanders' anti-establishment voters are crucial to Clinton's chances of winning a general election.
Sanders needs to win 66 percent of remaining delegates to outpace Clinton in the race to be the Democratic nominee for president.
A shift of only 59 delegates would have given the nomination to the eventual president.
With gap narrowing, Donald Trump needs to win nearly 60 percent of remaining delegates to secure GOP nomination.
The Ohio governor said he is campaigning only to be president of the United States.
The family will take questions tonight from CNN's Anderson Cooper and Republican voters seated in the audience.
Sanders campaign says Clinton offers 'don't make a whole lot of sense.'
GOP candidates and their surrogates are descending on North Dakota to woo party insiders.
Because of a backroom GOP rules deal, a contested convention in Cleveland is in the cards.
The Democratic front-runner has locked up support from 359 superdelegates.