The Democratic National Convention (DNC) wrapped up its call to unity last night in Philadelphia, PA. Balloons dropped, people cheered and cried as the first woman of a major political party accepted their nomination for President of the United States. Providence College Professor and Political Science Chair Dr. William Hudson recaps the last four days and examines how Hillary Clinton did on her historic night.
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The Republican National Convention (RNC) wrapped up last night to cheers and hundreds of red, white and blue balloons falling from the ceiling. Providence College Associate Professor of Political Science Joe Cammarano gives us an overview of the past four nights and how Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump fared at the convention.
The Democratic National Convention (DNC) starts Monday, July 25. During its four-day meeting its members will nominate their candidate for President of the United States, just as the Republicans are doing this week. Before the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia, PA, kicks off its festivities Providence College Professor and Political Science Chair Dr. William Hudson examines who might become VP, what role Rhode Island might play, and what we can expect from the DNC as a whole.