Haroon Saleem

Founder, Generation Obama Los Angeles

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Founder and co-chair of Generation Obama Los Angeles, a grassroots campaign that puts on affordable art, film and music events to raise money and awareness among the youth vote for the campaign

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The massive security presence outside the Pepsi Center just vanished overnight, as the  Democrats  have moved on to Invesco Field.  That's the football stadium where  Barack Obama …

Has the Convention Produced 'The Message?'

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