Was the DNC Convention a Game-changer or a Deal-breaker?

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We want to hear from you!  (646) 929-2495.  Tonight we're talking about the DNC Convention. Pundits say it was one of the all time great ones. Polls suggest a 5 to 6 point bounce for President Obama, we'll talk to folks who watched it on TV along with tens of millions, and to folks who saw it on the web, and to foliks were there in person, including:

Joseph Kaplan, DNC delegate from Massachusetts.  He has attended four National Conventions and every Massachusetts State Convention since 1979. He was also in the electoral college in 2008.

Jay Chen, California delegate and a Congressional Candidate for District 39 in Hacienda Heights, CA, where he serves on the School Board. He is an officer in the United States Navy Reserves and was a delegate for President Obama in 2008.
 
Peggy Wireman who attended the DNC convention representing Montana. She is the author of six books, most recently "Connecting the Dots: Government, Community, & Family.
 
Ryan Clayton, one of the founders of the Coffee Party, who suggested the idea of the Civility Pledge. He attended the convention from Washington DC.

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