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Obama's Inspiring 2004 Democratic Convention Speech
On the evening of July 27, 2004, Barack Obama, then candidate for US Senator from Illinois, delivered an electrifying speech to the 2004 Democratic Convention ...
Steny Hoyer Profile - Profile of Rep. Steny Hoyer, House Minority Whip
Hoyer was a delegate to Democratic National Conventions in 1968, 1974, 1976 and 1984, and served on the Maryland Higher Education Board from 1978 to ...
Democratic National Conventions - American History From About
Here is a list of the dates and locations of the Democratic National Conventions that have occurred since 1832. The main purpose of the convention is to ...
Democratic Convention Jokes - Best Jokes About 2012 DNC
Funny Convention Pictures • Best Democratic Convention Quotes • Barack Obama Jokes • Latest Late-Night Jokes "A new poll shows that after the Democratic ...
2012 Democratic National Convention Speakers
Read a list of speakers at the 2012 Democratic National Convention. See who's delivering the keynote addresses at the Democratic National Convention.
Democratic and Republican Convention History - Key Moments in ...
The (now defunct) Anti-Masonic Party held the first political convention in the US in 1831. The first Democratic convention came the next year (1832) in Baltimore ...
Funny Pictures from the Political Conventions - Best Political Memes
A roundup of the best memes, captioned photos, and cartoons lampooning both the Democratic and Republican national conventions.
Historical TV Ratings : TV Ratings For Democratic Conventions
How many people watch political conventions? This table shows how many US household televisions were tuned in to Democratic Conventions from 1960 to ...
The First American Political Conventions - 19th Century History
Baltimore was also chosen to be the site of the first Democratic Convention, which began on May 21, 1832. A total of 334 delegates assembled from every state ...
Political Conventions - Who Pays for Them - US Politics on About.com
American taxpayers help pay for the political conventions held every four years by both the Republican and Democratic national committees. The conventions ...