Convention Cheat Sheet: Ted Kennedy's Night
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Michelle Obama delivers the final speech of the Democratic National Convention's opening night in Denver, Aug. 25, 2008.
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Kennedy, Michelle Obama Electrify Convention

Michelle Obama and Sen. Edward M. Kennedy both delivered speeches supporting Barack Obama's presidential campaign and success for the Democratic party in the upcoming election. Michelle Obama reached out to Clinton supporters, praising the senator's work.

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Kennedy Passes the Torch

Ted Kennedy's appearance at the convention marked a celebration of his inimitable spirit, as well as a look into the possible future of Hillary Clinton.

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Anxiety Reigns in Swing States

As the Democrats kicked off a convention designed to unite support behind Obama, delegates from key swing states point to worry about the push in their communities.

Democrats Convene in Denver

PHOTOS | The Democratic Party presents itself to the nation this week at the party's national convention, held at the Pepsi Center in Denver.

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Michelle Obama

"They'll tell them how this time, we listened to our hopes, instead of our fears. How this time, we decided to stop doubting and to start dreaming."

Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.)

"The work begins anew. The hope rises again. And the dream lives on."


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