Biden formally accepted the presidential nomination to close the Democratic National Convention.
The final night of the Democratic National Convention struck a note of LGBTQ+ inclusion.
They come from a variety of backgrounds, and some even have personal stories to share about what may be the nation’s next first family.
Harris accepted her history-making nomination as vice president, and she and others stressed the crucial importance of this year's election.
Joe Biden formally became the Democratic nominee with Tuesday's roll call. His wife, Jill Biden, closed the night speaking from a classroom.
Malcolm Kenyatta, Sam Park, and Robert Garcia became the first LGBTQ+ speakers in a keynote slot at the national convention.
The former first lady's speech capped the first night of the Democratic National Convention.