Yes, the Democratic National Convention is a good way to end the primary season for the Democrats. After selecting a candidate to run for president in the upcoming election, the Democrats can unify again at the Democratic National Convention. This makes it the perfect end to the primary season for democrats.
The presidential candidates have spent many months distancing themselves from each other. Appearing together on for debates, they seem bitter rivals. In reality, they share many common views and goals for the country. The Democratic National Convention is a great time to focus attention on common views and goals as they team up for a Democratic win in November.
The Democratic National Convention, or DNC, concludes the major political season of voting for each party's presumptive nominee. It is truly the perfect close for the primary season since it is an opportunity for the second of the two major political parties to showcase their values and beliefs about key issues.
The Democratic National Convention brings together delegates from all over the country and they get to make their voices heard and choose a candidate. Although there are always differences of opinion, it is nice to see all the delegates and nominees under one roof trying to work towards improving the party and the country.