Democratic National Convention

All eyes at Denver's Pepsi Center will be on New York Sen. Hillary Clinton tonight when she delivers her speech to the Democratic National Convention. The sting from a bruising primary battle has left some delegates wondering if they'll support Barack Obama at all. (08/26/2008)
As the old cliche goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. But sometimes it's the numbers that really tell the story. (08/26/2008)
In addition to the parties and pageantry, there are also opportunities for candidates to raise money at the Democratic National Convention. But leaving the district 10 weeks before election day can be a gamble, a gamble Ashwin Madia decided to take. (08/26/2008)
The presidential campaign of Democrat Barack Obama is counting on a better turnout among young voters. Voters age 18-24 traditionally don't show up at the polls in as great numbers as their elders. Midmorning asks if the enthusiasm of today's youth will translate to their actual votes. (Midmorning, 08/26/2008)
Democrats bickered among themselves Tuesday about how hard to attack John McCain as the party's former dominant couple - Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton - took center stage at Barack Obama's political coronation. (08/26/2008)
On day two of the Democratic National Convention, Minnesota's delegates were urged to pep it up for the TV cameras. (08/26/2008)
Today's spotlight segment from the Democratic National Convention is with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. MPR's Kerri Miller attended a gathering of women delegates in Denver yesterday, where Pelosi shared a story about what it was like when she first got to Capitol Hill decades ago. (Midmorning, 08/26/2008)
Members of the Minnesota delegation are hoping Hillary Clinton's address will help unify the party after the long divisive primary battle between Clinton and Senator Barack Obama. (08/26/2008)
Slideshow: 2008 Democratic National Convention: Day 2 (08/26/2008)
Authorities are investigating whether a man arrested with rifles, ammunition and drugs in his truck made statements threatening Barack Obama, but emphasize he never posed a "credible threat" to the candidate or the Democratic National Convention. (08/25/2008)
Michelle Obama declared "I love this country" Monday as she sought to reassure the nation that she and her husband Barack share Americans' bedrock values and belief in a dream of a better future. (08/25/2008)
Sen. Amy Klobuchar is touting Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama's role in winning passage of ethics legislation at the Democratic National Convention this week. (08/25/2008)
Democrats opened their national convention on Monday, seeking peace in the family as they pursue victory in the fall for Barack Obama and his historic quest for the White House. (08/25/2008)
A small group of protesters marched to the demonstration zone outside the Democratic National Convention, complaining they are being treated like political prisoners. (08/25/2008)
Why is Hillary Clinton so popular with Republicans? The Republican National Committee today tried to counter the good feelings among Democrats in Denver by highlighting Democrats who are supporting John McCain. (08/25/2008)

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