On the last day of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., delegates and supporters on Thursday are avoiding the rain and set to hear addresses by Vice President Biden and President Obama.
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Ray interviews N.C. delegate Deborah Giles.
Ray interviews the DNC's oldest delegate, 97-year-old Elzena Johnson on the DNC floor.
By Tom LeGro
In wide-ranging speech that stretched for nearly an hour, former President Bill Clinton emphatically made the case for electing President Obama to a second term and attacked the Republican Party platform.
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By Tom LeGro
The Democratic National Convention kicked off Tuesday night in Charlotte, N.C., as first lady Michelle Obama addressed delegates and supporters at Time Warner Cable Arena.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel -- President Obama's former chief of staff -- spoke on the first night of the Democratic National Convention, giving the crowd his first-hand take on the president's leadership qualities and the highlights of his presidency.
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