CBS convention coverage Video
CBS convention coverage Video Transcript
>> Katie, we've got two minutes. Ladies and gentlemen, please turn off your cell phones.
>> Okay. Okay. Okay. All right, everyone, I've got to make this fast. I'm Katie Couric here at CBS News in New York. So, listen, we're heading to the Democratic and Republican National Conventions this month, the Democrats in Denver, the Republicans in St. Paul, don't say Minneapolis or there will be hell to pay. Needless to say, it's not so easy to get a press pass. I had a hard time getting one too but my press pass is going to be your press pass because we want to hear what questions you want answered -- thank you, Dwight -- at these conventions. What you would like to hear from the politicians, what issues you care about. Now in order to do this, all you have to do is go to CBSNews.com/conventions. Isn't that clever. You can submit your questions there. We'll try to get to some of them when we're in Denver and St. Paul and be sure to check out that site as well to learn all about our live webcast that will follow prime time coverage here on CBS every night of the convention. Anyway, check it out. I have to go for now though I think they're getting ready to --
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Katie Couric arrives in Denver for the first day of the Democratic National Convention.
Katie Couric talks with a Denver Rock The Vote representative at the Democratic National Convention.
Howard Dean, head of the Democratic National Committee, speaks about how the convention is more "green" this year and also about Barack Obama's candidacy.
On the first day of the Democratic National Convention, Katie Couric shows off her vantage on the conference floor.
Katie Couric interviews former presidential candidate Michael Dukakis at the Democratic National Convention.
Katie Couric and the CBS News political team take viewer questions and recap the final day of the Democratic National Convention.
Katie Couric is heading to St. Paul for the Republican National Convention. Submit your questions to have them answered during special online Webcasts.
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