Democratic National Convention
The Republican and Democratic National Conventions of 2012 – yawn-per-yawn – have to be the most uninspiring political conventions in recent history.
Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan says Barack Obama fell “woefully short” as president by failing to keep promises he made as a candidate four years ago.
Commonly referred to as “what goes around, comes around’, the Republicans are finding plenty to take shots at as the Democrats conduct their week in the ‘often dubious’ political spotlight called “the Convention”.
Tonight, when Vice President Biden and President Obama address the country the question before them is an obvious one: are we better off than we were four years ago? The answer is equally obvious: YES!
Colorado’s governor shared his experience as an entrepreneur before a national audience on Wednesday night.
Both political parties are going after the critical Independent vote, and maybe no politician is more popular with them than Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, who spoke at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday evening.
Interior Secretary and Former U.S. Senator from Colorado Ken Salazar spoke at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday. He believes Colorado plays an important role in the upcoming election for many reasons.
It’s a big test for Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper. He’s addressing the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., Wednesday evening.
Opinion: Democrats Offer A Positive Vision For The Future At Convention After GOP Offers Only Attacks
Sitting in the Time Warner Cable Arena last night I was struck by how different the Democratic National Convention was from the Republican event last week. Unlike the Republicans in Tampa, Democrats focused on the fight to preserve the middle class and the American Dream.
What a difference four horrendous years makes. Thinking back to the Democratic National Convention of 2008 and now seeing what’s going on in Charlotte, North Carolina this week at the Democratic National Convention of 2012 shows stark differences. The Democrats have no star power and pale in comparison to the Republicans’ star-packed convention in Tampa.