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Obama uses rallies, speech to woo votes, helpers
Thu, 6 Sep 2012
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fashion in 2008, when his campaign registered voters in Colorado and urged tens of thousands of supporters at Denver's Invesco Field to send a text message to the campaign to receive more information. In Colorado, the party added more than 175,000 registered
A dampened tradition: No balloon drop for Obama
Wed, 5 Sep 2012
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That's the way it was four years ago as Obama stood before 84,000 exuberant followers in Denver's Invesco Field at Mile High stadium , an overflow crowd shouting approval. But this year the rains came — every day this week in the convention
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other game changer - a woman would be great - would have put team Obama into a fresh tailspin. The backdrop for the stage at Invesco Field features faux-Greek columns made of plywood. Republicans are dubbing it the "Temple of Obama," and Pawlenty, believed to
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announced today that it will shift venues for the final day of the convention in Denver, Colo., on Aug. 28 to Invesco Field at Mile High in order to accommodate the demand to watch Barack Obama formally accept the party’s nomination. The new venue can seat as many