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Democratic National Convention Opens

The three-day Democratic National Convention kicks off today at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, NC, with prime-time addresses from first lady Michelle Obama and San Antonio mayor Julián Castro, the event’s keynote speaker. What do you think?

  • “As a white voter, I’m not sure which prime-time speaker is supposed to appeal to me.”

    Faizon Arad
    Unemployed
  • “More politics? But we had politics last week.”

    Kate Paskowitz
    Mail-Order Clerk
  • “Wow. I can’t believe they got the mayor of one of America’s top 50 cities to speak.”

    Grant Safris
    Sound Effects Supervisor