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President Obama won North Carolina by about 14,000 votes in 2008. But Rick Thames, editor of the Charlotte Observer, says Obama faces a challenge to win the state this year.
We stopped by the Little Rock AME Zion Church in Charlotte, North Carolina to see how the African-American community views President Obama.
Politico reports that Democratic operatives feel the DNC may be their last best chance to catch up with conservative Super PACS.
We look at convention speeches– sometimes it’s the losing candidate who comes up with the real winner.
First Lady Michelle Obama will take the podium at the DNC tonight. Much like Ann Romney, Mrs. Obama is expected to focus on her husband’s humanity.
Author Elinor Lipman has vowed on both Facebook and Twitter to write a political poem on Twitter every day until the election.
From MIA to Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.