President Barack Obama gave Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton a powerful stamp of approval Wednesday night.
In 2016 – as in 2012 and 2008 and 2004 and 2000 – the presidential battle boils down to a handful of swing battleground states.
At its board meeting Wednesday, speaker after speaker — parents, students and local school council members — complained about the late budgets.
Hillary Clinton will accept the nomination for president Thursday night. She’ll be introduced by her daughter Chelsea Clinton.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel made a late arrival Wednesday at the Democratic National Convention, but many possible successors have been on the scene all week.
Obama will be the last speaker of the evening, framing the case for Clinton while also rebutting Donald Trump’s assertion that the U.S. has declined.