“The Ride with Doug and Dede” was on-site as Senator Barack Obama became the first African American to accept the nomination of a major political party. Dede McGuire, co-host of this popular, nationally broadcasted live from the Democratic National Convention and also provided blogs with inside commentary of the day-to-day goings-on at the convention. Dede also rubbed elbows with elected officials such as New
York Governor David Paterson, community leader Reverend Al Sharpton and CNN commentator Roland Martin to name a few.
1.) Gathering at the Pepsi Center in Denver, CO for the Democratic National Convention, Kara Scott, CNN Commentator Roland Martin, Dede McGuire, co-host, “The Ride with Doug & Dede”, Sheila Eldridge, President, Miles Ahead Entertainment
2.) Outside Denver’s Pepsi Center, Dede McGuire asks Reverend Al Sharpton his thoughts on this year’s monumental election.
3.) Dede McGuire speaks with Broadway actor Jeffrey Wright about Obama’s impactful nomination speech.
4.) Dede McGuire interviews former U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater.
5.) New York State Governor David Paterson stops to provide his political insight to Dede McGuire.
6.) Film maker Spike Lee fills Dede McGuire in on why he is supporting Senator Barack Obama.
“The Ride with Doug and Dede” streams live at www.Dougand Dede.com. Please check the site for your Local Affiliate or to listen online.
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