The Republican National Convention is taking place right now in Cleveland and as part of this process, the delegates do some bragging about their respective states.

At the convention, delegates who won each state's primary have the opportunity to outline how their states vote in front of everyone. As part of this, the delegates usually talk about the things that make their state great.

For example, the Michigan delegates expressed how they are the Great Lakes state, it is the birthplace of the Republican party, and it was home to Gerald Ford and Gordie Howe.

In North Dakota, the delegates paid homage to both NDSU and UND expressing that North Dakota is home to the five-time FCS Champions (NDSU) and home to the reigning NCAA Hockey Champions (UND).

Additionally, the delegates mentioned how North Dakota was the only state to recently grow younger.

Do you feel our delegates left anything out to brag about?

[Washington Post]