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Question 1: Obama first met Democratic presidential candidate ________ in the spring of 2004, and was just one of several names considered for the role of keynote speaker at the party's convention that summer.
John KerryJoe LiebermanMichael DukakisJohn F. Kennedy

Question 2: [3] The aircraft was provided for him because that same morning Obama made his first appearance on ________, hosted by Tim Russert.
NBC Nightly NewsToday (NBC program)Meet the PressNBC News

Question 3: In 1996, Obama was first elected to the ________ by that state's 13th District, and he would go on to hold that seat for eight years.
Kansas SenateGeorgia General AssemblyIllinois General AssemblyIllinois Senate

Question 4: The keynote address at the ________ (DNC) was given by then Illinois State Senator and United States Senate candidate Barack Obama on the night of Tuesday, July 27, 2004.
2008 Democratic National ConventionDemocratic Party (United States)2004 Democratic National ConventionJohn Kerry

Question 5: That night ________ reported that people had been taking the Obama signs from the convention floor as keepsakes, whereas many signs for Teresa Heinz-Kerry were still on the floor.
Fox Business NetworkFox News ChannelBloomberg TelevisionCNN

Question 6: [45] However, neither ABC, ________, nor NBC provided any coverage of the convention that night (some Chicago affiliates did broadcast Obama's speech), leading to criticism from some columnists.
CBSPublic Broadcasting ServiceBroadcast syndicationThe CW Television Network

Question 7: [3] Corrigan's friend, Lisa Hay, knew Obama from their time together working on the ________ and strongly recommended him.
Harvard Law ReviewJohn G. RobertsHarvard Law SchoolLearned Hand

Question 8: Video of entire speech from ________


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