Hillary clinched the nomination in early June. July was the month when both President Obama and Bernie Sanders came out to campaign with her.
Hillary was back on the trail in D.C. right after the holiday addressing the NEA.
The same day, Hillary and Barack Obama campaigned together in Charlotte.
Hillary spoke on the famed and fabled Atlantic City boardwalk in front of a defunct and abandoned Trump casino.
Hillary spoke at the African Methodist Episcopal church national convention in Philadelphia.
Bernie Sanders endorsed Hillary Clinton on July 12 before an enthusiastic audience in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Hillary Clinton returned to the Old Statehouse in Springfield, Illinois to address divisions in America and how to bridge them.
At the League of United Latin American Citizens Convention in Washington, DC
Following her appearance at LULAC,
Hillary stopped by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial where
she laid a wreath with New York Rep. Joseph Crowley and them went to
Capitol Hill where she met with Senators for lunch and posed for
pictures with Senate pages.
Hillary met up with Tim Kaine for a campaign event at the Ernst Community Cultural Center in Annandale, Virginia.
At the 107th Annual NAACP Convention at the Duke Energy Center in Cincinnati
Hillary at the AFT Convention in Minneapolis
In Las Vegas, she spoke at the AFSCME convention and also attended a voter registration event at UNITE HERE which endorsed her.
In Orlando, Hillary participated in a roundtable discussion and visited the Pulse nightclub.
Hillary announced that Tim Kaine was her running mate at a rally in Tampa on July 22.
They made their debut together the next day in Miami.
At the Charlotte Convention Center, Hillary delivered a speech to the 177th VFW Convention.
In Charlotte, Hillary held a campaign event with enthusiastic supporters.
Then, finally, came the convention in Philadelphia.
Clinton/Kaine team hit the trail immeduately following the convention
with a rally in Philadelphia first and then a road trip.
At the KNEX factory in Hatfield, Pennsylvania
Sunday services in Cleveland
At the Fort Hayes Metropolitan Education Center in Columbus, Ohio
there the bus tour and the month of July came to a close. Low lights of
the month included Trump surrogates threatening Hillary with execution
for treason and Trump himself inviting Russian hack Hillary's emails.
July TV appearances:
With Charlie Rose
the eve of the opening gavel of the Democratic National Convention,
Hillary and Senator Kaine sat down with Scott Pelley for a joint
On Fox News Sunday
July endorsements: Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker, General John R. Allen, U.S. Marine Corps Ret., Michael Bloomberg.
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