Before an enormous, adoring crowd, Barack Obama
promised a clean break from the "broken politics in Washington and the failed policies of George W. Bush" Thursday night as he embarked on the final lap of his audacious bid to become the nation's first black president.
The final day of the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver.
Barack Obama aims to weave the personal with the
political Thursday night as he tells 75,000 supporters in a football stadium - and millions more at home - how as president he would make a difference in their lives.
Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty joined some other Republicans in Denver this morning to rip Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama.
"I haven't decided yet, so I can't tell you," McCain said in an early morning radio interview. Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty's name is apparently still on the short list.
Delaware Senator Joe Biden is tonight's featured speaker at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. One of the few persons in the world with first hand experience in that role is former Vice President Walter Mondale.
In an emotional meeting leading up to the
Democratic roll call of the states, Hillary Rodham Clinton released
her convention delegates Wednesday to vote for certain presidential
nominee Barack Obama.
Barack Obama, his wife Michelle and running mate
Joe Biden will embark on a bus tour of several battleground states later this week, after he receives the Democratic presidential nomination, his campaign announced Wednesday.
Hillary Rodham Clinton had a simple message
Tuesday for her still loyal supporters: This election isn't about
Slideshow: 2008 Democratic National Convention: Day 2