Not everyone at the Democratic National Convention will be voting for Barack Obama come November.
In fact some of the attendees won't be voting for anyone.
They're not old enough yet.
Sarah Callahan is the daughter of Bethlehem Mayor and delegate John Callahan.
She's 17 years old.
Even though she's too young to vote, she says she thinks it's important to stay informed of the happenings on the political scene.
"I think it's worth it for young people to pay attention to politics and get more involved and realized that what they're saying really is important and that everybody can make a difference," said Callahan.
Sarah says down the road she'd like to return to the convention as a delegate.