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Convention Night Call-In: DNC Wednesday

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We continue our coverage of Day 2 of the DNC with a democratic round robin of the tri-state area. Also, That's My Issue stories from Democrats.  Featuring:

  • Dana Redd, mayor of Camden, and vice-chairwoman of the New Jersey Democratic Party
  • Keith Wright, co-chair of New York State Democratic Party and assemblyman from Harlem
  • Chris Murphy, Connecticut congressman (D-5th) and U.S. Senate candidate
  • Anna Sale, It's a Free Country reporter

Also on the program was WAMU's own Rebecca Blatt, who spoke about the impact that proposed cuts to the federal workforce could have on swing state Virginia.

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