US President Donald Trump’s political opponents, the Democrats, are holding their convention to officially nominate Joe Biden for the White House race.
It is the first time they are not gathering in person for the event due to COVID-19 epidemic.
It is a break in close to 190 years of tradition.
Delegates in Ohio have always played a crucial role in the process – picking the eventual winner of the national election nearly every time.
Al Jazeera’s John Hendren spoke with some of them about this year’s unique situation.