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Carolyn Presutti
September 03, 2012 1:53 AM
This week, the U.S. Democratic Party holds its national convention in the southern city of Charlotte, North Carolina to officially name incumbent Barack Obama as its nominee for president in the November election. The party's choice of Charlotte as the location made sense originally, but now some events leave people wondering if the Democrats are sorry they did. VOA's Carolyn Presutti is there and files this report.

Democrats Questioned Choosing Charlotte For Convention

Published September 02, 2012

This week, the U.S. Democratic Party holds its national convention in the southern city of Charlotte, North Carolina to officially name incumbent Barack Obama as its nominee for president in the November election. The party's choice of Charlotte as the location made sense originally, but now some events leave people wondering if the Democrats are sorry they did. VOA's Carolyn Presutti is there and files this report.


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