Political conventions haven't always been predictable, carefully choreographed parties. Starting with the first convention in 1831, these gatherings were rife with fighting, intrigue, nail-biting votes and even murder. We talk to a...
Mitt Romney accepts his party's nomination with a speech channelling Reagan, Clint Eastwood mixes things up by interviewing an invisible President Obama and Kojo at the conventions focuses on education.
Maryland RNC delegate Ellen Sauerbrey talks with Kojo Nnamdi about how Mitt Romney can appeal to Marylanders, the GOP's challenges with Latino voters and why she's still involved in politics after all these years.
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