Sunday Playlist : Democrats have their say in Charlotte
Delegates stand in front of giant screens at the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, NC
September 9th, 2012
06:00 AM ET

Sunday Playlist : Democrats have their say in Charlotte

By Pat St. Claire, CNN

(CNN) – The parties are over and now the hard work begins. Democrats gathered in Charlotte, North Carolina last week to proclaim Barack Obama their nominee for president. It followed a similar gathering in Tampa, Florida a week earlier where Republicans did the same for Mitt Romney.

Now the two men will go head to head as each tries to convince the nation they have the right stuff for the country's top job.

There was a lot of great reporting on the convention. So, in this week's edition of the Sunday Playlist we spotlight some of the best from around the web.

As always we welcome your feedback.  So,  join the conversation and please leave your comments below.

  • Ohio is an important swing state, and here is a report from WKSU’s Mark Urycki with reaction to President Obama’s Thursday night speech: WKSU  Special Series: Election 2012.  The speech left some delegates wanting more, but others found it awe-inspiring.
  • And, finally how did the DNC play  "Across the Pond?"  Times UK reporter, Nico Hines traveled to Charlotte for the convention.  He empathized with those who are jobless and struggling to make ends meet  even as he reported on  former President Bill Clinton's nominating speech.

That's our Sunday Playlist for this week.  Happy Listening!

-The CNN Radio team

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