While Wisconsin Democrats are calling for unity and are working to energize the base, others say party officials are working to deliver a victory for Hillary Clinton that she didn't earn.
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"We're being told, and Sanders is being told months before this, just drop out," Buzz David says. "You're ruining everything for poor Hillary. The game is not over."
Davis is a 2nd District convention delegate who is expressing their discontent about the way the state Democratic party is choosing their nominee for president.
State Republicans say the Democrats have a unity problem that will ultimately give the state to presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump.
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Still others, like 8th District Democratic convention delegate Nancy Nusbaum, say they won't be co-opted by Trump, regardless of the debate between Clinton and Sanders supporters.
"Our candidates have so much more in common than they have different," Nusbaum says. "We have a bigger goal, and that is November."
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