Beyond the Hall, Y'all – Breaking With Convention

The Hustle leaves City Hall to take in an Obama watch party, gabbing with state reps Eddie Rodriguez, Elliott Naishtat, and other Barack boosters.


Okay, so it ain't Denver – but the Hustle observes the Obama acceptance speech alongside progressive PAC Annie's List at their watch party at the Belmont Downtown. State Reps. Eddie Rodriguez and Elliott Naishtat are in the house, along with some outré convention clips you probably missed. It's way beyond the hall!

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Video, Democrats, Election 2008, Barack Obama, Eddie Rodriguez, Elliott Naishtat, Legislature, Annie's List

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