History Made: Clinton Secures Party Nomination
Delegates celebrate Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton as she officially became the first female to lead a major party ticket.
A staff member holds the delegate vote count for Alabama during the roll call proceedings on the second day of the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center, July 26, 2016 in Philadelphia, Penn.
A delegate sheds a tear during the roll call.
Former Democratic Presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders makes a motion to suspend the rules and nominate Hillary Clinton.
Delegates celebrate after formally nominating Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
A sea of Hillary Clinton signs are waved in celebration by the convention crowd.
Democratic members of the House of Representatives wave to the crowd after delivering remarks. Hillary Clinton made history by becoming the first woman to receive the party nomination.
Actress Elizabeth Banks arrives on stage during the second night of the Democratic National Convention, mocking Donald Trump's dramatic entrance at the Republican National Convention the week before.
Delegates celebrate after formally nominating Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
The New York delegation cast their votes during roll call along with New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio, Sen. Chuck Schumer, Rep. Charles Rangel, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand.
Bernie Sanders supporters and Hillary Clinton supporters wave signs.
Supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders march near City Hall in Philadelphia during the second day of the Democratic National Convention.
Protesters watch on a large screen from Franklin Delano Roosevelt Park in Philadelphia as Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake conducts the roll-call vote.
Black Lives Matter protesters march through downtown Philadelphia.
Olivia Love-Hatlestad of Grayslake, IL., stands in protest during the second day of the convention.
Protesters react from Franklin Delano Roosevelt Park in Philadelphia to the roll-call vote.
A man carries a cardboard cutout of Hillary Clinton’s face outside the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.