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AirTalk for August 31, 2012

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Romney Accepts Party Nomination At The Republican National Convention

Romney speaks!

Last night was the moment Republicans had been fretting over since the end of the primary season.
Paul Ryan Republican National Convention

Your take on the Republican National Convention

Did anything over the past few days change the way you think about the election? Call in and let us know.
AirTalk producer Republican National Convention

RNC impact and election strategy

With the Republican National Convention coming to a close, the election will be ratcheting it up over the next few months.
2012 Republican National Convention: Day 3
Wednesday night, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice delivered a memorable speech at the RNC.

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