Obama’s Illinois past will be on view at the Democratic National Convention

Friday, August 22, 2008

Next week’s Democratic convention gives Barack Obama a big platform to tell his story. It’s in Colorado, but Obama is bringing a piece of Illinois with him, using his record as a state senator there to paint a picture of what kind of president he would be.
Guest: Ben Calhoun, Chicago Public Radio political reporter

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