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Former Lt. Gov. Michael Steele defended Gov. Sarah Palin’s slam on her opponents’ days as a community organizer in her speech Wednesday.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee this morning extolled the virtues of Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin and lobbed a few potshots in the direction of the Democratic presidential ticket.
Among the speakers at tonight's final session of the Republican National Convention are plenty of John McCain's Senate buddies.
Rove says this is key for speech tonight.
On the heels of Sarah Palin's attack on Barack Obama's political history, the Obama campaign tells us exactly what community organizing is — sort of.
Giuliani got them going and Palin brought down the house.
The crowd stayed quiet upon their entrance.
Among the groups hosting events parties and receptions this week is the Travel Industry Association, which just four years ago didn’t have any presence at the political conventions.
The former Virginia governor and current U.S. Senate candidate has had a schedule packed with interviews and meetings with donors, hoping to build momentum for his race against fellow former state Gov. Mark Warner.
Former Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael Steele delivered a patriotic treatise at the RNC that doubled as an attack on Sen. Barack Obama's message of change.
Romney makes the most naked appeal for the base.
Minority outreach, the three also-rans, and then Sarah Barricuda will take the stage.
The controversy swirling around CNN's Campbell Brown's on-air "takedown" this week of John McCain spokesman Tucker Bounds centers on the interviewer's relentless pursuit of answers surrounding Sarah Palin's foreign policy experience.
Former Maryland Lt. Gov. and current GOPAC Chairman Michael Steele is back on the schedule of tonight's speakers at the Republican National Convention.<