The 2012 Democratic National Convention will be held Sept. 4-6 in Charlotte, N.C. The first two days of the convention will be held at the Time Warner Cable Arena. President Obama will give his nomination acceptance speech the last day at Bank of America Stadium. Nearly 6,000 delegates will participate.
Vice President Joe Biden provided Americans with glimpse Thursday night into the tough decisions President Obama makes in the Oval Office, in an effort to encourge voters to re-elect President Obama.
President Obama on Thursday night made his case for re-election before an overflow crowd at the Democratic National Convention.
Former President Bill Clinton made a lengthy case Wednesday night for President Obama being re-elected.
Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat competing in Massachusetts for a Senate seat, made her case Wednesday night to re-elected President Obama to help the middle class.
First lady Michelle Obama talked Tuesday night about her family and America's "Story of Hope."
San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro gave President Obama a ringing endorsement Tuesday as the keynote speaker at the Democratic National Convention.
Newark, N.J., Mayor Cory Booker told the crowd Tuesday night at the Democratic National Convention that paying taxes is a patriotic duty.
President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are working hard to improve Democrats' relationship with labor unions.
Former employees of Bain Capital, the private equity firm started by Mitt Romney, are expected to speak at the Democratic National Convention.
Democrats made an awkward choice in picking North Carolina as the host city for its 2012 national convention.
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