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How we won it: What it took for Charlotte to bag the 2012 DNC
From investments in uptown Charlotte to politics, a lot came together to help the city win the Democratic National Convention, officials say
The 2008 Democratic presidential primaries took a crucial turn May 6 when North Carolina voters chose then-Sen. Barack Obama over then-Sen. Hillary Clinton by almost 15 percentage points, giving him an edge in a tightly contested campaign. Obama would go on to win the election, edging out John McCain in North Carolina by a razor-thin 0.3 ...