By Cassie Spodak, CNN
Reliable Sources is in Charlotte, NC this Sunday in anticipation of the 2012 Democratic National Convention. President Obama is no longer the upstart Senator from Illinois, will Democrats be able to hold the attention of the American public and present their message to media descending on Charlotte?
Three days of speeches and delegate counts in Tampa, FL gave Republicans a chance to tout their 2012 platform, show off rising GOP stars (not to mention a surprise appearance from Clint Eastwood) and officially present Mitt Romney as the only choice on Election Day. Did the press bite?
And has MSNBC’s Chris Matthews go too far? Monday morning, Matthews angrily accused Chairman of the Republican National Committee Reince Priebus of “foreignization” of the Obama administration. Did the prime-time anchor go too far?
David Drucker, of Roll Call Magazine, Christina Bellatoni, of PBS NewsHour, and Lauren Ashburn, of Daily-Download.com discuss the week in coverage of the 2012 RNC and look ahead to the DNC Tuesday.
Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney made their case for the 2012 presidential elections in speeches Wednesday and Thursday. Will it convince voters to pick the GOP on November 6th?
Jennifer Rubin, of The Washington Post and John Aravosis, of AmericaBlog.com discuss how effective the convention was, as well as how media covered the event.
Adam Sharp, an executive for Twitter, discusses how social media has played a major role in conventions this year.
This Sunday at 11am ET.