Wednesday, August 27, 2008
News Feature: Day in the Life of a DNC Delegate
For people watching at home, the Democratic National Convention is mostly an evening event, several hours of pageantry in the Pepsi Center. But delegates have a lot to fill their hours outside the convention hall, from caucuses and panels to parties and schmoozing.
KCFR's Megan Verlee followed Jessica Wittmer, a first-time Colorado delegate, to see how she's filling her days.
Jessica Wittmer wears a cowboy hat inspired by Representative Mark Udall as she listens to speeches on the first day of the Convention.
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