August 31st, 2012
01:48 PM ET

'On presidential policy Romney got an incomplete,' says John Avlon

Presidential candidate Mitt Romney formally accepted his party's nomination Thursday at the Republican National Convention.

Did Romney lose or gain ground with undecided voters after his acceptance speech?

Five things we learned from Day Three of the RNC

In his latest column for CNN.com, John Avlon gave Romney a letter grade of a C for what he called 'positive presidential vision' and an incomplete for presidential policy.

John Avlon is also a CNN contributor and member of the OutFront political strike team.


'OutFront' Behind-the-Scenes: RNC's final night
August 31st, 2012
01:12 PM ET

'OutFront' at RNC's Final Night

We go behind the scenes during the final night of the 2012 Republican National Convention.

Do you have a favorite moment from the convention?

August 31st, 2012
12:34 AM ET

Mitt Romney promises 12M jobs and an energy independent nation: Do his promises add up?

CNN's Erin Burnett tackles promises made by Mitt Romney's as he formally accepted the GOP presidential nomination at the Republican National Convention.

Romney promises he will create 12 million new jobs and lead the United States to energy independence. Do his promises add up? FULL POST

August 30th, 2012
07:57 PM ET

Fmr. NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Mitt Romney selling himself to America

CNN's Erin Burnett talks to Fmr. New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani about what he wants to hear from Mitt Romney's address to the Republican National Convention.

August 30th, 2012
03:57 PM ET

Paul Ryan's big night: What did we learn

Mitt Romney's running mate Paul Ryan energized the GOP convention Wednesday with a conservative speech that led with attacks against President Barack Obama.

CNN's Tom Cohen is OutFront with five things we learned from the conventions second night:

1. Romney's enforcer comes to play

On Tuesday, the GOP convention was about love (Ann Romney) and respect (Chris Christie).

But to the chagrin of head-scratching Republicans eager to take the fight to President Barack Obama, there wasn't much talk in the Tampa Bay Times Forum about the current administration in Washington.

Paul Ryan put those anxieties to rest on Wednesday with a lengthy, aggressive and systematic attack on Obama's record in office, with one question as the thesis: "Without a change in leadership, why would the next four years be any different from the last four years?


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