Unity and the role of women
St. Paul, Minn. — House speaker Nancy Pelosi says the Democratic Party still has to work to unite voters divided by the primary battle between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Clinton, meanwhile, is expected to release her delegates to Barack Obama.
Two political observers talk about the remaining divisions in the party, including Democratic voters who still want to cast their votes for Clinton. Midmorning broadcasts live from the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colo.
- Kathy Kiely: Washington correspondent for USA Today.
- Jennifer Duffy: Reporter with The Cook Political Report.
- Susan Rice: Barack Obama's foreign policy advisor.