"Because this movement is a fueled by love, it can never be stopped or defeated. Now on behalf of millions inspired by aloha, determined to seek a future reunited in love, passion and justice for all," Gabbard said from the convention stage. "I am truly honored to nominate Bernie Sanders for president." 
 
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Gabbard was one of only a handful of lawmakers who formally endorsed Sanders and was one of the campaign's superdelegates. She stepped down from her post at the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to support Sanders. 
 
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Sanders is keeping his name in the roll call vote — allowing his supporters to cast their support for him for a final time — but Clinton is expected to formally win the party's nomination on Tuesday.