Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., told delegates gathered Monday evening at the Democratic National Convention in Denver that the party's mission to move in a "new direction" will not be complete until Sen. Barack Obama wins the White…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Following a daylong and bruising meeting of the Democratic National Committee rules panel, the party reinstated half of the delegate votes to Florida and Michigan, a decision that dealt a major blow to the presidential hopes of Sen. Hillary Clinton.
Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama shifted their focus to Indiana and North Carolina Wednesday, after Clinton's victory in Pennsylvania on Tuesday ensured that their campaigns will go on. Four Democratic Party leaders assess the road ahead for the presidential…
Sen. Barack Obama scored a victory in the Mississippi primary Tuesday, nudging his delegate advantage over rival Sen. Hillary Clinton. With nearly a dozen primary contests remaining, political analysts weigh how the battle for delegates may be waged in Pennsylvania…
The tight battle for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination is putting the formerly obscure super delegate system under scrutiny. A government professor discusses the role of the appointed super delegates in the Democratic nomination.
Illinois Senate candidate Barack Obama gave the keynote address at the Democratic National Convention Tuesday. Obama told the story of his working class family and urged the nation to elect Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry, saying he would ensure more…
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