DENVER (AP) -- The Democratic National Convention has nominated Barack Obama as the party's presidential candidate, the first black American ever named to lead a major party into the fall elections.
Convention delegates stood and cheered in approval Wednesday as former Obama rival Hillary Rodham Clinton called for his nomination by acclamation.
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