CLEVELAND - Wednesday night at the DNC saw lots of Democratic heavy-hitters take center stage, like former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, U.S. Senate candidate from Massachusetts Elizabeth Warren, and former President Bill Clinton.
The former two-term Democrat during the 1990s talked for more than 45 minutes, making his case for why President Barack Obama should be re-elected.
NewsChannel5's Democratic analyst Peter Lawson Jones provides his insight on how night two went for the Democrats.
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Ohio's elections chief says he's wrapped up a review by county election boards across the swing state into allegations of voter fraud during the 2012 presidential election.
The former New York congressman who resigned two years ago after posting racy photos of himself is now running for New York City mayor
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s office will join NewsChannel5 on Thursday, May 23 for a phone bank in conjunction with National Missing Children's Day.