Convention Season Begins, Our Coverage Continues

DNC Stage

Beginning today, through next week's Republican National Convention, News & Notes' special convention coverage continues here on our blog.

We'll be featuring two special guest bloggers, who will offer their perspectives and a little firsthand reporting from the convention floor. And on Thursday, when Obama accepts his party's nomination, we'll host a live online viewing party (more on that later).

In the meantime, check out these useful DNC-related resources.

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I have been listening to the Convention tonight on your station and am very disappointed. I had hoped to hear all the speeches, not just the ones you want to cover. Instead I get just more talking head chat. Chat, chat , chat while leaders of this country are speaking about this election and the hoped for future of America. It would be OK if you would do this only when nothing else is happening but you think what you are doing is more important than history being made. You are walking all over this convention and I find that disturbing.

Sent by Miriam Newton | 10:25 PM | 8-25-2008

The giddiness of your reporters is embarassing. We'll see what their demeanor is at the RNC.

Sent by chuck monroe | 10:25 PM | 8-25-2008

So who did you want for vice-president?

Sent by Myopinion | 12:13 AM | 8-26-2008


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