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 Democratic National Convention - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Democratic National Convention is a series of presidential nominating conventions held every four years administered by the Democratic National Committee of the United States Democratic Party.
The primary goal of the Democratic National Convention is to nominate and confirm a candidate for President and Vice President, adopt a comprehensive party platform and unify the party.
The most historically notable--and tumultuous--convention of recent memory was the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois, which was fraught with highly emotional battles between conventioneers and Vietnam war protesters and a notable outburst by Chicago mayor Richard J. Daley.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_Democratic_National_Conventions   (846 words)

  
 2004 Democratic National Convention - Biocrawler definition:2004 Democratic National Convention - Biocrawler
Defining moments of the 2004 Democratic National Convention included the featured keynote speech of Barack Obama, a Honolulu native and candidate for the United States Senate from Illinois, and the confirmation of the nomination of John Kerry as the candidate for President and of John Edwards as the candidate for Vice President.
There were a number of demonstrations during the 2004 Democratic National Convention to put pressure on the Democratic Party to oppose the U.S.-led occupation of Iraq, as well as protests from activists dissatisfied with the moderation of the ticket and platform as well as Republicans who support the incumbent president and his pro-war policies.
The convention was one of a series of historic quadrennial meetings of the Democratic Party with a primary focus on officially nominating a candidate for President and adopting a party platform.
www.biocrawler.com /biowiki/2004_Democratic_National_Convention   (3714 words)

  
 The American Spectator
Published 5/25/2004 12:08:33 AM Democratic Party leader Terry McAuliffe was caught off guard last week when word leaked that the campaign of presumptive presidential nominee Sen. John Kerry was considering a plan to continue unlimited fundraising and spending via a delay in accepting the party's presidential nomination.
"Conventions are considered news events and special events that do not require the same kind of equal time considerations that other political events require," says a DNC source.
After Kerry's speech, the delegates would vote for a recess of the convention, with a motion to reconvene the state delegations on or about September 1 for a national nomination vote.
www.spectator.org /dsp_article.asp?art_id=6606   (780 words)

  
 The Top Ten Conservative Idiots, No. 221 - Democratic Underground
Matthews went ballistic on his show, calling the memo "disgusting" and making the utterly bizarre allegation that by noting one of Alito's grandest failures as a prosecutor, Democrats had racist intentions.
Democratic Underground is a totally independent website, funded almost entirely by member donations.
Last week Democrats circulated a memo explaining the reasons why Alito should not be confirmed to the Supreme Court.
www.democraticunderground.com /top10   (2668 words)

  
 National Review: Can you believe them? - television coverage of the political conventions
IT IS OFTEN difficult to give compelling proof of media bias, since journalists can't be monitored in a laboratory, but a convincing case emerges from our study of network coverage of the Democratic and Republican conventions.
A short list of Democratic controversies would include the many (and growing) faces of the Jim Wright ethics investigation; the Lloyd Bentsen PAC fundraising scandal; the controversial Dukakis prison furlough program; the unraveling Massachusetts "miracle"; and Jesse Jackson's history of ethnic slurs and pro-Communist speeches.
THROUGHOUT THE entire Democratic convention only one prime-time interview with a Republican (Bush Campaign Manager Lee Atwater) was conducted, though the Republican Party had dispatched an official Task Force for the sole purpose of offering commentary during their opponents' convention.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m1282/is_n22_v40/ai_6790782   (886 words)

  
 politics.feedster.com
After watching the Democrats go nuts for the better part of weeks after their much-ballyhooed "Fitzmas" fizzled out with one indictment for perjury and obstruction of justice, the Republicans have decided to climb aboard the anti-leak bandwagon....
From the Nelson Report: Hummm....sounds like a pretty solid case for an impeachment proceeding, were there anything resembling either a sense or shame, or national ethics, in the Leadership of the House of Representatives and Senate.
A couple of important contests in Washington State today, none more so than in the vote fraud hot spot of Seattle-King County, where incumbent Democrat Ron Sims is facing (Republican King County Council member) David Irons for King County Executive....
politics.feedster.com   (4624 words)

  
 Convention
The Republican Convention reduced all of these issues to "we're the party with the spine, they're the party with the Camembert," as if the declaration of strength and resolve itself was enough to overcome and even render insignificant any problems with implementation.
When Leviathan Is a Republican: Democrats should appreciate the advantages of federalism (November 9)
So the Republican National Convention is over, and, later today, this special convention blog will shut down; readers are invited to join the ongoing "news, views, and abuse" over at Reason's staff blog Hit & Run.
reason.com /convention   (8309 words)

  
 Democratic Party National Convention
Scope: These records report the daily proceedings of the Democratic National Conventions, including lists of delegates, order of business, addresses, resolutions, voting results, appointments and nominations.
How to search the collection: There is an index to the Democratic National Conventions for the years 1880-1968.
It is shelved right next to the microfilm at Microfilm JK 2311 D4 1880-1968.
library.truman.edu /microforms/democratic_party_convention.htm   (80 words)

  
 CNN/AllPolitics.com - Election 2000 - The Democratic National Convention
View live video of the Democratic National Convention while in session and highlights of CNN coverage.
Clinton was to recite a litany of promises he and Gore made in 1992 and argued how the duo delivered on them, from balancing the budget and halving welfare roles, breaking down global trade barrier, and investing in education, law enforcement and new technology.
While fending off a challenge from Republican nominee Bob Dole in 1996, Clinton asked Democratic conventioneers in Chicago to help him "build a bridge to the 21st Century" a much-repeated term throughout the course of his successful re-election bid that year.
archives.cnn.com /2000/ALLPOLITICS/stories/08/14/potus.speech   (1258 words)

  
 Noreascon Four Not the DNC
One of the best parties at our convention is for the (Hugo) losers.
Little did we know that the Mayor of Boston also had it in mind to host a convention in the summer of 2004…or that he'd win his bid, too.
Protest groups are not planning to picket our convention.
www.noreascon.org /not-the-dnc.html   (1244 words)

  
 WKSU: Democratic National Convention
The Ohio Delegation at the Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles took its place in the sun last night.
The Ohio Delegation at the Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles had its first party last night - an outdoor gathering with delegates from a dozen other states.
The Ohio democratic leaders are not allowing their delegation in Los Angeles to get lost in "Hollywood Hoopla" and Beverly Hills shopping.
www.wksu.org /news/features/conventions/democratic   (630 words)

  
 RNC 2004 Weblogs: News Aggregator
During the Democratic national convention, John Edwards asked America to judge John Kerry by the statements of those who served...
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www.conventionbloggers.com   (1259 words)

  
 2004 DNC Democratic Convention 2008 DNC 2008
Democratic National Convention host committee spent only $1.6 million with minority and women-owned companies out of $49.6 million...
Democratic National Chairman Terry McAuliffe boasts that his party has mobilized and trained 10,000 lawyers to police the 2004 elections...
List of DNC speakers riles Hillary backers...Boston Mayor Menino urges DNC delegates to ignore union pickets...
www.2004dnc.com   (1261 words)

  
 Infothought: Democratic National Convention and Blog Coverage
So, the Topic Of The Day is that a few A-list'ish bloggers are getting press credentials to be Certified As Journalists for the purposes of the Democratic National Convention (see Jay Rosen's extensive essay Convention Coverage is a Failed Regime and Bloggers Have Their Credentials).
But the conventions are also events of great significance and which generate massive coverage by all the news outlets.
In this nascent moment, that it is the so-called A-list bloggers who have received the anointing nod of credentials, seems a lesser concern.
sethf.com /infothought/blog/archives/000651.html   (676 words)

  
 Who's blogging the convention - CyberJournalist.net - Who's blogging the convention
Trackback excerpt: A list of the bloggers so far who have been issued credentials (that haven't been revoked) to the Democratic convention.
Matt Stoller at the Blogging of the President and the bostonDparty, the official Democratic Convention blog.
Trackback excerpt: Several bloggers are headed to the Democratic National Convention.
www.cyberjournalist.net /news/001461.php   (4613 words)

  
 2006 Political Party Money Profiles:
Top industries is a list of the biggest supporting industries (one level of detail greater than sector totals) (Dems / Repubs)
Top contributors is a list of the businesses, individuals, and ideological groups that are funding the parties (Dems / Repubs)
National Republican Senatorial Cmte--> Democratic Senatorial Campaign Cmte
www.opensecrets.org /parties/index.asp   (206 words)

  
 00098.xml
Office files of the Harris County Democratic Party; clipping files; political campaign information; minutes and records of executive committee; election returns.
Office files of the County Democratic Party; clipping files; political campaign information; minutes and records of executive committee; election returns.
List of Harris Co. Presiding Judges and Number of Registered Voters
www.lib.utexas.edu /taro/utcah/00098.xml   (263 words)

  
 Election 2004 - Primary, Caucus, and Convention Phase
An historical analysis of the apportionment of delegate votes at the National Conventions of the two major parties.
Historical Analysis of the apportionment of delegate votes at the National Conventions of the two major parties
Democratic Pledged and Unpledged Summary -- Republican Pledged and Unpledged Summary
www.thegreenpapers.com /P04   (330 words)

  
 Democratic National Committee
GOP Demands Voter List in Washington's King County
Democrat Sen. Zell Miller to Be GOP Keynote Speaker
Democrat Sen. Miller to Honor Swift Boat Veterans for Truth
www.newsmax.com /hottopics/DNC.shtml   (2832 words)

  
 1988 Letter to Convention Reporters
Here's a May 13, 1988, letter from UPI Washington bureau chief David Wiessler to UPI reporters selected to cover the 1988 Democratic and Republican national conventions (list of reporters at the end):
List of states/regional reporters assigned for 1988 Democratic National Convention in Atlanta:
List of states/regional reporters assigned for 1988 Republican National Convention in New Orleans:
www.auburn.edu /~lowrygr/convention.html   (2832 words)

  
 AlterNet: SOLOMON: Convention Hospitality and Police Brutality
Once again, it's the season of the Republican and Democratic national conventions.
US Airways "has contributed $500,000 to the GOP convention, at a time when it is lobbying for support of its merger with United Airlines, which is a $500,000 contributor to the Democratic National Convention," the Center for Responsive Politics explained.
DURST: Packing List for Republican National Convention in Philadelphia
www.alternet.org /story.html?StoryID=9506   (2832 words)

  
 Republican Party (United States) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
November 2, 2004, Bush was re-elected, for the first time winning the popular vote (by three percentage points), while Republicans gained seats in both houses of Congress, leaving Democrats in disarray.
For the older Republican Party, which is now known as the Democratic Republican Party, see
For a brief period, Republicans assumed control of Southern politics (due especially to the former slaves receiving the vote while it was denied to many whites who had participated in the Confederacy), forcing drastic reforms and frequently giving former slaves positions in government.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/United_States_Republican_Party   (2832 words)

  
 Resist!ca Anarchists in the U.S. Harassed in Run Up to Democratic and Republican National Conventions
Democratic and Republican National Conventions, as well as questions about "ABC" (Contributors Note: this could refer to the "Anarchist Black Cross," an international anarchist prisoner support group).
Anarchists in the U.S. Harassed in Run Up to Democratic and Republican National Conventions
Anarchists in the U.S. Harassed in Run Up to Democratic and Republican National Conventions
cvs.techfed.net /story/2004/7/23/221058/381   (2832 words)

  
 RNC NOT WELCOME:Political conventions to get unprecedented security
The national political conventions here and in Boston, the first since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, will have some of the tightest security ever seen for such events, including crowd-control barriers, bomb-sniffing dogs and an army of police and federal agents.
A similar gaggle of demonstrations is planned for the Democratic National Convention in Boston, to be held July 26-29.
Part of the cost for New York police is a shopping list that includes special barriers to ring Madison Square Garden to control crowds and block trucks; a television monitoring system; 300 motor scooters; 15 vans; and monitoring devices to detect nuclear, biological and chemical weapons.
rncnotwelcome.org /media/052304cox.html   (2832 words)

  
 The Media Credentialling Process for the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, Summer 2004
Today's briefing will be on practical arrangements for media coverage of the Democratic and Republican Party conventions that will take place in Boston and New York this summer.
We will have up front for you, if you haven't already seen it, sheets that give directions about signing up for both the hotels in Boston for the Democratic convention and hotels in New York for the Republican convention.
Floor access is one of the most overrated privileges at both conventions, because especially when you're doing television, by the time you have a crew and you're trying to move a two-person-crew and a correspondent to get someplace in order to do a hit, you almost can't stand there.
fpc.state.gov /fpc/29373.htm   (2832 words)

  
 Republican National Convention - Profiles of Likely Speakers
Third-term Republican Governor in the overwhelmingly Democratic state of New York, Pataki, like the other speakers at the GOP convention has earned a reputation as a moderate.
By the time the parties' national conventions roll around, the candidates have been selected, and even the platform positions are largely worked out.
Republican National Convention - Profiles of Likely Speakers
www.localvoter.com /2004rnc.asp   (2832 words)

  
 Expert list: KU faculty can provide analysis of national political conventions, primary
Expert list: KU faculty can provide analysis of national political conventions, primary
LAWRENCE -- The University of Kansas offers a variety of political scientists and policy experts who are ready to provide reaction and analysis during the 2004 election season, including the Democratic National Convention (July 26-29), the Kansas primary election on Aug. 3, and the Republican National Convention (Aug. 30-Sept. 2).
The following is a list of KU faculty who can contribute to news stories, listed by name, title and contact information under their area of expertise.
www.ur.ku.edu /News/04N/JulyNews/July26/expert.html   (2832 words)

  
 The protests against the Republican and Democratic National Conventions
Speech made at Protests against the Republican and Democratic National Conventions by Phoebe Jones-Schellenberg
The protests against the Republican and Democratic National Conventions
And to this list of violence we add police violence caught on videotape once again.
www.globalwomenstrike.net /English/r2d2.htm   (2832 words)

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