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The delegates representing all fifty US states and other.
-- -- gathered here in Charlotte sweep for the Democratic Convention to nominate.
President Obama officially for reelection so how did they get -- let's meet a couple of them -- right now Hanna with Carly delegate from West Virginia.
Pennsylvania delegate Bob Robert -- and New York delegate Brian Benjamin Moore and all of the morning -- and -- has the distinction of not only.
Having celebrated a birthday yesterday at eighteen -- -- the youngest delegate.
Here and you listen high school -- Jeff I have a fact of American art -- -- you know what I've talked to the presidency you just -- Excuse note that in -- something helpful.
And I was looking through you -- resonate and you have something in common with Mitt Romney what does that you both.
Don't say it it's true it's ever both graduated from the Harvard business I don't exactly right -- and he also embedded losses as well read so it's like hits one of his sons it's all in my class -- class 2003 and -- that on the so it's.
It's been interesting watching and has -- try to talk to you hey I want -- so I don't know has already battled his father I don't think you want to talk to me right now.
About your story.
Little different because you were a Republican for very long time well you're you're on the democratic side I was Republican state senator like -- is the youngest delegate I was the youngest state senator I was 26.
When I first got elected the state senate.
And I did from Philadelphia which was Democrats an -- run as a Republican and it.
I went to ten Republican conventions it happens is six democratic conventions.
And I loved super balls and love I go to all the small businesses -- small policy approval politics every four years like yeah like the hockey culture.
And I got to ask you you're in high school.
You're eighteen years old how did you become -- Don't get it I've always been really involved done politics at a local level and when I got -- need to.
You know -- in the -- a national level I grabbed it.
-- and the number one issue that you're worried about going into the presidential election is one.
-- personally -- health care.
Because of a few things that are expecting me directly at this point my life right.
-- very real quickly or you go how did you get that selected -- W.
Well I came in 2004 -- present moment Boston and so after that I got very involved or bad -- yellow or is this guy so I got very involved in 2000 and seven in Harlem.
And I'm became a delicate and and so it's it's been great the great process -- so you've been watching it -- For people who know your history with President Obama -- some of the intelligence that you -- -- this time it's slow hard because unemployment is high and a lot of that hope and change stuff didn't happen.
Well I think people have had unrealistic expectations and in 2008 we also don't like -- -- -- change the world immediately and now with the on again educating process and it's difficult.
And so we're seeing that the people excited about the president.
In the end inner cities and all over this country so we're gonna have a great victory on.
-- sets the record that's a big boost your short letter saying -- meet people that taxi drivers people are the workers they say this is history it's good to be part of history of the year well it's great to have you all as well Bob thanks Hannah and Brian as well thank thank you very much.
Agree and say that.
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