WASHINGTON (AP) -- Democrats say Hillary Rodham Clinton's name will be placed in nomination at the convention in Denver with a roll call for the vanquished rival of nominee-in-waiting Barack Obama.
The party will officially nominate Obama at the convention. But Democrats familiar with the discussions say the former rivals made a joint decision to place Clinton's name in nomination and do a traditional role call of the state delegations.
Details and mechanics of how that will happen still are being worked out.
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