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V ice President Joe Biden, left, and President Obama embrace following Biden's vice-presidential nomination acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2008.
September 4, 2012 A look at five memorable Democratic conventions of the past, beginning in 1956 — when presidential nominee Adlai Stevenson threw the decision on naming a running mate to the delegates.
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February 27, 2012 This year a dozen House races will pit one incumbent against another — a consequence of the once-every-decade event known as redistricting. Some well known members, such as Dennis Kucinich, are in serious jeopardy.
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August 19, 2010 If you're the son of a gaffe-prone former vice president, you know you will be under intense scrutiny if you decide to run for office yourself. Welcome, Ben Quayle, to the world of politics.
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