Despite being stripped of her status with the Democratic Party, a former Hillary Clinton delegate comes to Denver anyway.
Debra Bartoshevich drew fire from Wisconsin Democrats after publicly stating she would vote for Republican John McCain in November, resulting in the party removing her delegate status.
On Monday, she joined fellow Democrats in Denver who now support McCain. Bartoshevich believes McCain has the experience and leadership needed by the country, and that's why she now plans to vote for him instead of Barack Obama.
Bartoshevich is also starring in a TV campaign ad for the Republican Party. In the ad, she talks about her support for Clinton and why she now back McCain.
Heather Coulburn, who heads up the Hillary delegates attending the Democratic National Convention, supports Bartoshevich's right to change her vote. She says everyone is allowed to feel passionate for a candidate and to change their mind about who they want to support. However, Coulburn believes most Clinton supporters will get behind Barack Obama.