Indian-Americans in spotlight at democratic convention

The growing clout of Indian-Americans in US politics came¬†to spotlight as three leaders from the community took the center stage at the ongoing Democratic National Convention that anointed Hillary Clinton as party’s presidential nominee

Neera Tanden
Neera Tanden

Neera Tanden in her political debut at the national stage of the Democratic party, made a strong case for Clinton as the next president of the US

Ami Bera
Ami Bera

Ami Bera, an Indian-American Congressman, in his brief appearance said: “As the only South¬†Asian member of Congress, as a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee, I support Hillary Clinton because she is the only candidate that understands the complexity of the world and is prepared from day one to lead America.”

Raja Krishnamoorthi
Raja Krishnamoorthi

Raja Krishnamoorthi, an Indian-American Democratic Congressional candidate from Illinois, has been introduced as one of the party’s emerging leaders during the convention.


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