On Tuesday evening, July 26, history was make when Hillary Clinton officially became the first woman nominated for president by a major political party. Here is the transcript of Pennsylvania’s announcement of their vote. The video of the proceedings is linked below.
Mayor Rawlings Blake (officiating over the vote count): “Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, you have 208 votes. How do you cast your votes?”
Governor Tom Wolf: “Madam Secretary, I am Tom Wolfe, governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. On behalf of all Pennsylvanians, welcome to our Commonwealth. Along with Senator Casey, I am honored to announce that Pennsylvania awards 82 votes to Bernie Sanders, whose fight for inclusion, justice, and fairness has invigorated our party, and I am honored to announce that Pennsylvania awards 126 votes to the next president of the United States, Hillary Clinton.”
Mayor Rawlings Blake: “Thank you, Pennsylvania. You have cast 126 votes for Hillary Clinton, and 82 votes for Bernie Sanders.”
In the video of the states announcing their votes for nominee for president of the United States, the Pennsylvania portion starts at the 2:00:13 mark.