A Wisconsin Congresswoman expects Democrats to show a united front during their national convention.
During the upcoming Democratic National Convention, some Hillary Clinton supporters have said they plant to protest the treatment of the Senator during the primaries. Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) says they should learn a lesson from their candidate, who stepped aside and put her support behind Barack Obama's candidacy.
Baldwin was a Clinton supporter during the primary season. She admits it's been hard for some people to let go and move their support to Barack Obama, but she expects the convention to be a unifying moment
Baldwin says Senator Clinton will be making that call on her own during the convention in Denver, where she is scheduled to speak. She hopes that will help to call everyone in the party together ahead of November.
The convention opens one week from today.