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Democratic National Convention Wrap-up
Democratic National Convention Wrap-up

AIR DATE: September 10, 2012

Republicans and Democrats have officially nominated their candidates for president  as President Obama and GOP challenger, Mitt Romney head into the election homestretch. We examine the President's acceptance speech and size up the race from here to November.
Karoun Demirjian, politics reporter, LV Sun
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    The RNC lacked details about how they are going to do a better job than Obama. The DNC did a better job detailing why we, the Anerican people, should continue to vote Democratic. I know who I'm voting for, but I think Nevada is going to be a swing state with such a large Mormon population. It will be close, but in the end it will be Obama. He is better prepared to lead the country.
    George ChamberlinSep 7, 2012 20:39:46 PM
    Oy.Not born in the US?I think this country is polarized by the people with brains and the makes me want to move to Canada, but not with my dogs on top of the car.
    ElizabethSep 7, 2012 09:57:48 AM
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