It's official: Hillary Clinton made history Tuesday after securing enough delegate votes to become the first female presidential candidate of a major party in the United States.
Bernie Sanders — who has spent the days leading up to the convention calling for unity within the party — was the one to officially move for Clinton to become the party's nominee.
Of course, not the entire crowd went wild for Clinton's victory. Some Sanders supporters marched out of the convention in protest against her nomination, according to BuzzFeed News' Dominic Holden.
BuzzBot asked viewers how they felt about the historic moment. Here's what they had to say:
Many were, predictably, enthusiastic:
Most folks writing to BuzzBot from home were equally thrilled:
But not everyone at home was over the moon about the history-making nomination: