At a Seminole, Fla. rally on Saturday, President Barack Obama said Republicans are “dead wrong” in calling America a country in decline.
With a smile on her face and determination in her eye, Former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords walked across the stage in Charlotte to thunderous ovation.
President Barack Obama came off a widely-lauded Democratic National Convention Friday with a stark reminder of just how far the country has to go to recover from the deepest recession since the Great Depression of the 1930’s.
Former Governor Charlie Crist made his long awaited debut at the Democratic National Convention Thursday and lauded President Barack Obama for saving the Sunshine State with the stimulus package, among other programs.
With President Barack Obama’s nomination acceptance Thursday night at the Democrat’s big gathering, his convention evolution is complete
While many Republicans are in Charlotte to bash the Democratic National Convention, Florida Senator Marco Rubio has been lying low in Florida.
After he rallies the faithful Thursday night at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, President Barack Obama plans to head south for a two day swing through Florida.
Democrats kept the momentum going after a highly-regarded speech by First Lady Michelle Obama by calling out the biggest political gun in its arsenal on Wednesday, former President Bill Clinton.
After First Lady Michelle Obama gave what was widely received on both sides of the aisle as a great convention speech, the next big speaker will be former President Bill Clinton, and then before Obama speaks on Thursday a familiar face to Floridians will appear.
As Democrats gather in Charlotte, North Carolina this week to officially nominate President Barack Obama for a second term, their national convention is expected to have a strikingly different tone than last week’s Republican celebration.