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News analyst Juan Williams says it's memorable as an event, but that no line stood out.
Sen. Barack Obama gave an historic address last night before a record-breaking crowd of thousands.
House Majority Whip James Clyburn describes the historical significance of Obama's speech.
Republican delegates from battleground states discuss the issues they think will influence voters.
A party hosted by lobbyists, a congressman's dinner and reasons why it's all legal — and effective.
Accepting his party's presidential nomination, John McCain said he'll work against partisan rancor.
He's spent lots of time campaigning in Colorado, a once solidly GOP state now possibly up for grabs.
He's also from the Detroit suburbs, an area key to deciding who gets Michigan's 16 electoral votes.
McMickle bridges religion and politics as pastor of Cleveland's influential Antioch Baptist Church.
Brady is a rare African-American Republican in Ohio's heavily Democratic Cuyahoga County.
Truax is co-chair of McCain's campaign in a Democratic Florida county where the GOP seems ascendant.
He says many in Detroit share the GOP philosophy, but Democrats have made "Republican" a dirty word.
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