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President Barack Obama reminded the American people why they elected him, and why he should get another four years.
Mitt Romney didn't mention the war in Afghanistan in his RNC speech, while Democrats spoke of the troops often.
President Obama's polling numbers received a boost following the Democratic National Convention.
The party's convention showed Democrats are on the right side of history when it comes to healthcare, foreign policy, and civil rights.
President Obama talked at the delegates while Clinton talked to them.
The president spoke on the final night of the Democratic National Convention and told voters he deserves four more years in office.
Despite claims by his campaign, a look at available metrics shows President Obama is actually outdoing Romney.
The convention will be a success if Democratic voters turn out for the election.
The Democrats' strong showing in Charlotte will boost the president.
The Democratic Convention raised spirits but left many questions and credibility issues open.