CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The city of Charlotte, NC, may seek federal funding through the Department of Transportation (DOT) for a transit project championed by its Democratic mayor, whom President Barack Obama has tapped to lead that department.
CHARLOTTE — Democratic National Convention (DNC) attendees on Wednesday will hear from two speakers who Republicans and conservatives say epitomize the cronyism and hypocrisy that have plagued the Obama administration over the past several years.
Democratic San Antonio mayor Julian Castro is scheduled to headline the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, Tuesday night despite a questionable record on crime and education and campaign finance.
Retail giant Wal-Mart plans to throw a party for the Center for American Progress, the liberal think-tank that has become an incubator for administration policy, including the green-energy loans that have been badly tarnished by allegations of cronyism and corruption, according to reports.
This year’s Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., has already encountered plenty of setbacks. Here are five prominent Democrats who won’t be attending this year’s DNC.
Democrats who pledged to deliver the most transparent and open national political convention in history when Barack Obama’s reelection ceremony comes to Charlotte in September have shut their doors to the public and press.
The Democratic Party’s convention woes continue in the Tar Heel state, the Raleigh News & Observer reports.
An “entertainer” and Charlotte Occupier has been arrested again, the day he was released from jail.
The Democratic National Convention may not feature Greek columns this time around, but it will have something else in common with the Olympics: Its host city will lose money.
A growing number of dissatisfied Democrats say that they will not attend the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., opting instead to campaign and distance themselves from President Obama.