Virginians Can Ask Questions in Denver
Virginians will have a chance to have their questions answered live at the Democratic National Convention or online later this month.
"As Barack Obama has said, this is not our Convention - this is America 's Convention," said Howard Dean, chairman of the Democratic National Committee. "And now, at a critical moment in our history, Americans will have their concerns addressed, challenges listened to and their questions answered live by our country's leaders."
An open call where Virginians can record questions will take place tomorrow morning in Richmond. Text and video questions also can be submitted online at DemConvention.com/townhall through Aug. 27.
The convention, which will take place Aug. 25-28 in Denver, will feature a nightly segment in which elected leaders, national policy experts and others will respond to voters' questions live and online.
"Open calls" also will take place in Atlanta, Columbus, Denver; Detroit, Philadelphia, Raleigh and Tampa.
Details of the Virginia event are listed below:
Thursday, August 14 th
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET
17 th Street Farmers Market
100 N 17 th Street
Richmond , VA 23219
August 13, 2008; 11:00 AM ET
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