Washington (AP) Some of Hillary Rodham Clinton's fiercest supporters still haven't joined her in supporting Barack Obama's run for the White House.
And some are going to the Democratic National Convention in Denver to make it clear that they're still bitter about her losing out on the nomination.
One group plans to paper the city with fliers and offer up a video detailing what they contend were irregularities in the nominating process. Another has purchased newspaper advertisements demanding that Clinton be included in a roll-call vote for the nomination.
The groups are not affiliated with Clinton, who has endorsed Obama and campaigned for him.
Both Hillary and Bill Clinton have primetime speaking roles at the convention.
But some activists acknowledge the only way they'll be happy is if Clinton somehow becomes the party's nominee for president.
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