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President Obama, Wisconsin's Baldwin to address Dems Thursday
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - On Thursday night, President Barack Obama was expected to accept the Democratic Party's nomination for him to receive a second term.
Before his prime time talk, Wisconsin Senate candidate and Madison Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin was to address the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte.
Democrats say the event has been moved indoors from the Carolina Panthers' stadium to the home of the NBA's Charlotte Bobcats due to potential severe weather on Thursday.
The Wisconsin delegation did its part.
"We proudly cast all 103 of our votes for President Barack Obama!" yelled Wisconsin Democratic Pary Chairman Mike Tate at the convention.
Click here for a photo gallery from TODAY'S TMJ4's coverage of the Democratic National Convention.