Presumptive Democratic nominee Barack Obama's campaign says it's too early to set the tone for the convention, but nonetheless the Illinois senator's political director is coming to Denver.
Matthew Nugen will oversee operations for the Democratic National Convention in August.
With Hillary Clinton dropping out of the race, at least one observer expects Obama to use Denver as a showcase for gains made by Democrats who focus on policy rather than partisanship.
Those ideas include a focus on solutions for economic and other kitchen table issues facing families rather than social issues, as well as avoiding partisan warfare and endless score-settling.
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