Obama campaign promises full stadium on Thursday


The Obama campaign promises it will fill every one of the 73,778 seats in Charlotte’s mammoth football stadium Thursday night when President Obama accepts the Democratic party’s presidential nomination, The Hill reports.

 “We’re confident we’ll be full. We have a great ground operation in North Carolina and we’ve registered more voters than any other state,” said Jen Psaki.



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