The Democratic nominee vowed to build a stronger economy, corporate reform, more jobs with rising wages, a higher minimum wage, common-sense gun and criminal justice reforms.
"Love trumps hate," declared the Democratic nominee at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
The pro-LGBT leader of North Carolina's branch of the NAACP told delegates, "some issues are not left versus right, or liberal versus conservative, they are right versus wrong."
The pop singer, who said both her parents are staunch Republicans, told delegates, "On Nov. 8th, you'll be just as powerful as any NRA lobbyist."
Mother Monster sang classics from the Beatles, Neil Young and Woody Guthrie.
The president of the Human Rights Campaign answered Donald Trump's call to "ask the gays," with a sharp rebuke of the Republican nominee's proposals.
The GOP nominee claims to have our backs, while at the same time expressing admiration for a nation that criminalizes “gay propaganda.”