Who's blogging the convention

Dozens of people will be blogging the Democratic Convention, creating an entirely new stream of information from political conventions. The Democrats have issued credentials to a few dozen bloggers. A slew of delegates plan on blogging on their own. And of course quite a few media companies plan on having their own journalists blog for their news sites.

Here are ones that CyberJournalist.net has confirmed have received credentials and will be blogging the convention:

Total count: 123
(Last updated 7/27)

Individuals credentialed as bloggers:

  1. Alan Nelson of command-post.org
  2. Dave Winer of Scripting News
  3. Dave Weinberger for Boston.com
  4. Taegan Goddard's Political Wire
  5. NYU's Jay Rosen, who has lengthy essay about the incoherence of modern conventions and the freshness bloggers may bring.
  6. Markos Moulitsas Zuniga from the Daily Kos
  7. Jerome Armstrong
  8. Aldon Hynes for greaterdemocracy.org
  9. Jeralyn Merritt of TalkLeft
  10. Tom Burka for Opinions You Should Have and The American Street, which will also have two Oregon state delegates blogging from the convention, Jenny Greenleaf and "BeckyG."
  11. Paul McCullum, Will Oemler and Allison Grady for dinnerforamerica.com
  12. OxBlog
  13. Rick Heller for the Centrist Coalition's blog, Centerfield
  14. Matthew Gross
  15. Byron LaMasters of BurntOrangeReport.com
  16. Jessamyn Charity West for Librarian.net
  17. Dave Pell for electablog.com
  18. Natasha C. for Pacific Views and King County Democrats blog.
  19. Jesse Taylor and Ezra Klein of Pandagon.net
  20. Michael Feldman for Dowbrigade News
  21. Gordon Joseloff for WestportNow.com
  22. Christopher Rabb for Afro-Netizen
  23. Kirk W. Johnson for American Amnesia
  24. Bill Scher for LiberalOasis
  25. Stephen Yellin for DailyKos.com and for OurCampaigns.com
  26. Peter Rukavina for reinvented.net
  27. Joe Rospars for NotGeniuses.com and BlogforAmerica.com
  28. Allen Larson for LarsonReport.com
  29. Matt Stoller at the Blogging of the President and the bostonDparty, the official Democratic Convention blog.
  30. Alison Teal for hotflashesfromthecampaigntrail.blogspot.com
  31. Nathan Paxton for nateknowsnada.org
    Christian Crumlish for thepowerofmany.com,
    Edgewise, Greater Democracy, and radiofreeblogistan.com
  32. Michael Andrew for JREGrassroots.org
  33. Dave Johnson of the Seeing the Forest
  34. John Burns from Stinging Nettle
  35. Sean Munson for LogicalReason
  36. Jusiper
  37. Steve Soto for The Left Coaster

Journalists blogging for news sites:

  1. Miami Herald's Dave Barry
  2. Walter Mears, Nancy Benac, and Sam Hananel for The Associated Press
  3. Matt Welch, for his personal blog and Reason's
  4. Delegates and others for the Gotham Gazette
  5. Bob Collins for Minnesota Public Radio
  6. Steven Waldman for Beliefnet
  7. Eric Zorn for Chicagotribune.com
  8. Ellen Warren for chicagotribune.com
  9. Charles Madigan for chicagotribune.com
  10. Chris Matthews and others for MSNBC.com's Hardblogger
  11. Howard Fineman for MSNBC.com's Digital Dispatches
  12. CNN.com staff members Todd Leopold and Bryan Long will be writing CNN.com's Convention Blog, which will include posts from all CNN correspondents, anchors and analysts, as well as guests and online users
  13. Stewart Powell of Hearst News Service will blog for the Houston Chronicle
  14. Adam Smeltz for Knight Ridder
  15. Daniel Rubin for Philadelphia Inquirer
  16. Michael Klein for Philadelphia Inquirer
  17. Alan Bjerga for the Wichita Eagle
  18. Tom Webb for St. Paul Pioneer Press
  19. Ruben Navarrette of The Dallas Morning News editorial board
  20. Poynter Online Editor Bill Mitchell and others from The Poynter Institute on Stump
  21. Timm Herdt for The Ventura County Star
  22. Business Week Online's Steve Rosenbush
  23. Terry Neal for The Washington Post
  24. Editorial page editor Colin McNickle for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
  25. Dave Cook for The Christian Science Monitor
  26. Peter Robinson and Jim Norton for The Christian Science Monitor
  27. Newsweek staff for Newsweek.com's Boston Blog
  28. Dave Weinberger for Boston.com
  29. Boston magazine's "Convention Confidential"
  30. Convention Blog Watch on Latimes.com, baltimoresun.com and other Tribune sites

Delegation and party members blogging from convention include:

  1. Karl-Thomas Musselman, a 19-year-old delegate from Texas, for musselmanforamerica.com
  2. Cate Read, Texas delegate, for cateybeth.blogspot.com
  3. Greg Rodriguez, of the Washington state delegation, for the King County Democrats blog
  4. Kabir Sehgal, part of Georgia delegation and an aide to Sen. Max Cleland, for the Democratic Party of Georgia and John Kerry's Web site
  5. Jenny Greenleaf (Delegate - OR)
  6. John Howes (Delegate - WA)
  7. Christina Ocasio (Delegate - TX)
  8. Patti Fink, Dallas, Texas
  9. John Burns aka DrFrankLives (Platform committee - NC)
  10. Mike aka TOPDOG04 (Delegate - NY)
  11. Erik Cornelius at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee on From the Roots
  12. Brian Reich, who is overseeing the Democratic News Service, for campaignwebreview.com
  13. David Camacho for the Gotham Gazette
  14. Brice Peyre for the Gotham Gazette
  15. Carl McCall for the Gotham Gazette
  16. Ellen Meserow for The Washington State Dean Delegation at Virtually There 2004
  17. Lawrence Winnerman for The Washington State Dean Delegation at Virtually There 2004
  18. Deborah Sutherland for the Ventura County DNC Delegates Blog on the Ventura County Star's Web site
  19. David Ettinger for the Ventura County DNC Delegates Blog on the Ventura County Star's Web site
  20. Congresswoman Lois Capps on the Ventura County Star's Web site
  21. Sameer Kanal, Delegate from Washington State, on Democracy for Vancouver
  22. John Howes, Delegate from Washington State, on Democracy for Vancouver
  23. Geni Hawkins from Washington state for Road to the DNCC 2004
  24. The DCCC's official blog, The Stakeholder
  25. Wally Blair for Documenting Democracy (Va.)
  26. Laura Bland for Documenting Democracy (Va.)
  27. Aaron Mahler for Documenting Democracy (Va.)
  28. Texas delegation blog
  29. Colorado delegation
  30. Nebraska delegation blog
  31. Oregon delegation blog
  32. Sarah Schacht for Democratic Girl
  33. John Walsh for Boston.com
  34. Chad Radock for Boston.com

Other blogging from the convention include:

  1. Ana Marie Cox, aka Wonkette
  2. Joshua Micah Marshall of Talking Point Memo
  3. Atrios of Eschaton;
  4. Zoe VanderWolk for The New Progressive Institute's Gadflyer
  5. Steve Safran for Lost Remote
  6. Susan Epstein for DailyKos at susan.dailykos.com
  7. Zephyr Teachout for blogforvictory.com, the America Coming Together blog, and ob4.org (Mitch Kapor's blog)
  8. Todd Beeton and David Rock for Dave & Todd's Wild Democracy Ride
  9. Jeeni Criscenzo for CPR 4 Democracy
  10. PoliticsOnline
  11. James Kirkchick for offthefence.typepad.com
  12. Lauren Shannon for Democrats Abroad Japan
  13. Terri MacMillan for Democrats Abroad Japan
  14. Carl Brooks
  15. Adam Mordecai for Change for America
  16. Steve Garfield's Video Blog
  17. Dana Rohrbough for Generation Democracy
  18. Matt Glazer for Generation Democracy
  19. Becca Doten for Generation Democracy
  20. Journalist and documentary filmmaker Rory O'Connor for Media is a Plural
  21. Sandra Brandt for The Virginian-Pilot
  22. Rudy Pinto for The Virginian-Pilot
  23. Susan Rowland for for The Virginian-Pilot

NOTE: This list is continuing to be updated.

Let us know if you hear of others going...

What would you like to hear from bloggers at the convention? Post your questions.

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41 comments about 'Who's blogging the convention'

I would like to know Senator Edwards views on allegations that he used "junk science" to win sizeable verdicts.

See the following artice in CyberActivist.US-- Science Policy Forum


Posted by Jim Tozzi at July 7, 2004 8:01 PM

Edwards doesn't need to respond to such dreck. The article you refer to is based upon (and in fact, quotes in full) an article published on CNSNews.com, hardly a paragon of objective analysis. CNSNews.com has an axe to grind and is willfully mendacious in its pursuit of the left; the cited article more than proves it.

The CNSNews.com article engages in speculation, repeatedly suggesting (but never stating) that Edwards's cases were without merit. Yet it cannot gather a single bit of evidence to support this claim. Note that the article begins by repeatedly asserting that physician-caused cerebral palsy is rare, but that means just that and nothing more. The article wants to use it as a way to suggest that Edwards's cases were meritless, but that's blatantly fallacious. Does the observation that getting struck by lightning is rare mean that nobody has been struck by lightning? Of course not!

Then the article transitions into discussing Edwards's style, mentioning repeatedly that he made emotional pleas, was very effective, very polished. What legitimate purpose does this serve in this article? Either Edwards did or didn't use junk science. At best it is tangential, showing that Edwards did not rely solely on the strength of his scientific evidence. But what lawyer does? Why is it at all relevant that Edwards appealed to human emotion at times during his closing arguments? The strategies aren't mutually exclusive; there's nothing here to prove that Edwards's cases weren't chock full of substance. No, at best, it's stupid and misleading. At worst, it's an attempt to play into the negative stereotypes of trial lawyers.

Further, they quote critics who impeach Edwards for being greedy, for never taking a case unless it could make him a buck. The intent of these quotes is, again, to play into negative stereotypes and attack Edwards as a person. It is completely irrelevant to whether or not Edwards used junk science. And, needless to say, these claims aren't even backed up with anything to suggest that they're true. (A single unnamed source alleges that Edwards "screened his cases to the point that he only helped people that were going to make him richer". Now how can you tell that beforehand? One way is to only take cases where there's irrefutable proof of wrongdoing, but I doubt the unnamed critic is intending to accuse Edwards of only taking legitimate cases...)

In short, read the article, again, and note what's conspicuously absent: any evidence at all that even suggests that Edwards ever used junk science to win a case. Thus, the article should be dismissed as the partisan hackery it so clearly it is. In fact, the article doesn't even dare to make the allegation you say it does. An allegation of that sort is potentially libelous. Given the dearth of evidence available in the article, is it any wonder that it relies on implication and sleight of hand, rather than accusation and plain statement?

The cited article is a baseless, craven, and ugly attack. How's that for a response, Jim?

Posted by dak at July 8, 2004 1:26 AM

You list my blog as http://aldon.livejournal.com That is my personal blog. My political blogging is at http://www.greaterdemocracy.org That is where I will be putting most of my coverage of the convention.

Posted by Aldon Hynes at July 8, 2004 8:43 AM

Apparently, Bill of INDC Journal and John Tabin, both right-leaning Bloggers, were sent official, signed acceptance letters stating that they would be receiving Journalist Credentials. A day later, they received e-mails from the DNCC telling them "Oops. Sorry. Nope, you're not invited."

(via Wizbang, http://wizbangblog.com/archives/002953.php

Posted by Christopher Kintz at July 8, 2004 1:14 PM

I would like the bloggers at the convention to be absolutely silent. There's already too much US-oriented political material on the web. Was the global activity of a Democrat regime really that much different from that of the Republicans? Blog about something more interesting and useful, please.

Posted by Luther Blisset at July 8, 2004 3:49 PM

I have been assigned credentials to blog for the Centrist Coalition's blog, Centerfield. See


Posted by Rick Heller at July 8, 2004 7:19 PM

I want to know how many of you actually got hall passes.

Posted by Todd at July 8, 2004 7:36 PM

I am a left-leaning (non A-list) blogger who experienced the same fate as Bill from INDC Journal. I was was officially invited by mail then "disinvited" by e-mail shortly after getting the letter of acceptance. Luckily, I haven't lost travel reservation dollars.

I'm Iddybud-
Rational Liberal- http://www.syracuse.com/weblogs/politics

Posted by Jude at July 8, 2004 7:39 PM

So who is blogging the Republican Convention?

Posted by Rick Bruner at July 8, 2004 8:39 PM

How did you find out that I've been credentialed? I'm still waiting for the paperwork to come through....

And Rick, the Republican credentialing -- at least for periodicals -- is scheduled to happen *after* Boston. I'll be heading to NYC, though, so let's drink some palinka!

Posted by Matt Welch at July 8, 2004 9:09 PM

I've been credentialed for a blogger hall pass at the DNC convention.

Byron LaMasters

Posted by Byron L at July 9, 2004 2:31 AM

Every blogger gets hall access, that was a mistake that they made, and later notified me that i would have hall access.

Posted by Jerome Armstrong at July 9, 2004 11:53 AM

I got asked for further information after I applied, was sent a letter in the mail saying "thanks but no thanks" and then just today [maybe four days later] got a phone call from someone at DNCC saying "oh hey, ignore that letter, you're credentialed now" I thought it was a bit of a long shot in the first place [my blog http://librarian.net is not that political, very left-leaning] but I guess I'm going to go.

Posted by jessamyn at July 9, 2004 1:15 PM

PA State Rep Mark Cohen is a Dean delegate attending the convention (I believe the ONLY Dean delegate from PA). He blogs occaisionally, and while I doubt he will be blogging himself, I sure he'd be glad to talk to any bloggers, if they can locate him in all the frenzy.

Perhaps contacting his office ahead of time to coordiate would help. Have fun and good luck!

Posted by lutton at July 9, 2004 2:50 PM

I'll be blogging for Pacific Views and the King County Democrats blog.


Posted by natasha at July 9, 2004 3:53 PM

I got credentialed and then revoked. Got a letter saying i had a hall pass then an email two days later saying it was revoked because of space. Fortunately i hadn't make travel plans yet. I was a '96 delegate too.

My blog is a Arctic National Wildlife Blog.

Posted by Cbutcher at July 9, 2004 5:27 PM

My blog, The Great Leap Forward, was also invited, then disinvited.


Posted by Rob Galgano at July 10, 2004 6:42 AM

I am a first-time delegate this year (Dean delegate, for Wisconsin's Fourth Congressional District [Milwaukee and environs]). I don't have the time to keep up with fanzines, much less blogs, but I hope to see the bloggers out there (at BOTH conventions) paying attention to the topics that get ignored by the newshandlers and arrangement specialists, out of a pathetic and trembling fear that something unscripted might happen.

Anybody notice, for example, that Dean and Nader *agreed* the other day that we desperately need Instant Runoff Voting in this country; but the AP newswire ignored that aspect of the debate? It's not part of the script, it gets ignored.

Orange Mike

Posted by Michael J. "Orange Mike" Lowrey at July 11, 2004 3:14 PM

I was one of the 20 or so issued credentials for "Hall" access, then disinvited. I'm running a list of invited and disinvited at my blog. If you aren't on and wish to be added, leave a comment there.

Posted by James Landrith at July 11, 2004 6:14 PM

Do all the blogs have an RSS feed?
I would like a news feeder for all the blogs. Please let me know if there is one available. Thanks,

Posted by JOlmsted at July 14, 2004 7:17 AM

Your link to American Amnesia is broken, whoever typed it in put an extra h at the end.

Posted by Jesse at July 14, 2004 1:17 PM

Any word if Josh Marshall--Talking Points Memo--is going? It'd be surprising if he wasn't.

Posted by lutton at July 15, 2004 7:13 AM

I will be blogging as the youngest Texas Delegate at http://www.musselmanforamerica.com

I also wanted to share this image link I made for all those Blogging from Boston...


Posted by Karl-Thomas at July 16, 2004 1:58 AM

I'll be blogging, both at my personal site (www.iraqwarreader.com) and a new site (www.personaldemocracy.com).
If anyone wants to cover the money-in-politics angle at these conventions (since nothing unexpected really happens, and the events are just giant excuses for orgies of corporate influence-buying), feel free to get in touch with me. I have a new book out (with co-author Nancy Watzman) called IS THAT A POLITICIAN IN YOUR POCKET? WASHINGTON ON $2 MILLION A DAY. Details are at www.publicampaign.org/politicianinyourpocket

Posted by Micah L. Sifry at July 16, 2004 12:00 PM

As noted in the list above, I will be blogging from the Convention. Rather than reporting solely on the "hard and soft news," my blog will be more of a personal account of my experiences as a Delegate at my second National Convention. I look forward to meeting everyone in Boston! Incidentally, the official URL to my site is http://www.CateRead.com - I'm still working on getting my domain server to mask my Blogspot address.

Posted by Cate Read at July 17, 2004 1:05 PM

I'll be blogging for JREGrassroots.org
We have been allocated press credentials for the Convention, and we look forward to joining our fellow credentialed bloggers for an exciting new concept at the Fleetcenter!

Michael Andrew

Posted by Michael Andrew at July 19, 2004 1:29 PM

Since I cannot be inside the Convention myself, I will be depending on the eyes, ears, and writing skills of those who can be there. I would like to be kept informed of every movement of Dennis Kucinich and his aides and delegates, especially if those movements are not covered by major media.

Posted by David Hoag at July 20, 2004 9:22 AM

We are thrilled to be credentialed bloggers with our newsletter Dave & Todd's Wild Democracy Ride, which will debut as a full fledged blog for the convention. You can see our coverage here:


Add us to the list and see you all in Boston!


Todd Beeton
David Rock

Posted by Todd Beeton at July 21, 2004 3:39 PM

Would like to see you all prove the critics wrong and hope there will be "reporting" on blogs.

Posted by Rox Populi at July 22, 2004 12:34 PM

Editorial columnist Ruben Navarrette will be blogging from the Democratic National Convention representing The Dallas Morning News editorial board. His posts will appear, along with his Dallas-bound colleagues, at DallasNews.com/opinion/blog

Jim Frisinger
editorial board
The Dallas Morning News

Posted by Jim Frisinger at July 23, 2004 4:26 PM

to balance the endless coverage of the pomp and glitz, or to find out about the real politics going on under the veneer of the convention, be sure to supplement your DNC media diet with the:

Boston Independent Media Center
for non-filtered coverage of the DNC protests and Boston Social Forum<

Posted by inkheart at July 23, 2004 6:49 PM

Does anyone here know if there will be Wi-Fi in the Fleet center? Can I blog right from the floor of the convetnion?

Posted by Christina Ocasio at July 25, 2004 5:09 AM

I am also blogging the convention, supplementary to working as a journalist on the MediaNation project. It's MediaEeky by Carl Brooks, intrepid photog and repoert. see pics of the security at the fleet center taken 2 hours ago.

Posted by Carl Brooks at July 25, 2004 10:51 AM

with a link this time:)

my journal has many dirty words, but that's ok. I'll phlogging at least 1, 2x per day throughout

Posted by Carl Brooks at July 25, 2004 10:53 AM

I too am a credentialed blogger. My posts can be found at http://logicalrealism.org. Looking forward to a good week.

Posted by Sean Munson at July 25, 2004 10:09 PM

Please check out GothamGazette.com's Campaign and Convention Weblogs http://www.gothamgazette.com/clogs which includes blogs from four Democratic delegates from New York City, a protester, a Republican volunteer, and our own Catherine Shu, blogger of bloggers, who is summarizing the best insights from all the varying convention blogs.

Posted by Jonathan Mandell at July 26, 2004 4:27 AM

Anonymoses has teamed up with disinvited blogger, Iddybud, on a site dedicated to covering the bloggers, speakers and fellow blognoscenti.

It's called:
"Hyperlinkin' the Blognoscenti"

Kind regards,
dave k beckwith

Posted by HyperLincoln at July 26, 2004 10:38 AM

Are there any bloggers from West Virginia there? Or anyone with a West Virginia focus?

Posted by Brad McElhinny at July 26, 2004 11:00 AM

Boston magazine's "Convention Confidential" is at www.bostonmagazine.com/DNC/.

Posted by Jon Marcus at July 27, 2004 3:36 PM

Let's all hope that Kerry's speach won some people over.


Posted by Jose at July 31, 2004 9:36 AM

Dr. Diatribe was there (unaccredited as usual, of course) giving his jaundiced viewpoint on the process.


Posted by C. Pennyfeather at August 1, 2004 10:54 AM


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Bloggers with DNC Credentials
Trackback excerpt:   It looks like quite a few bloggers affiliated with our group will be doing some citizen journalism at the Democratic National Convention. [Read More]

Posted on Thursday Meetings at Berkman Blog at July 14, 2004 8:57 PM

Boston Bloggers
Trackback excerpt:   The following is a list of some of the credentialed bloggers to the Democratic Natinoal Convention originally posted here. Please visit them for further coverage. • Alan Nelson of command-post.org • Dave Winer of Scripting News • Dave We... [Read More]

Posted on ::Musselman for America:: The Tale of Texas' Youngest Delegate at July 16, 2004 1:55 AM

Boston Bloggers
Trackback excerpt:   The following is a list of some of the credentialed bloggers to the Democratic Natinoal Convention originally posted here. In addition, I will be blogging here and at my main site www.MusselmanforAmerica.com In addition, I have made the following graph... [Read More]

Posted on Burnt Orange Report at July 16, 2004 2:31 AM

Boston Bloggers
Trackback excerpt:   The following is a list of some of the credentialed bloggers to the Democratic Natinoal Convention originally posted here. In addition, I will be blogging here and at my main site www.MusselmanforAmerica.com In addition, I have made the following graph... [Read More]

Posted on Burnt Orange Report at July 16, 2004 2:33 AM

Convention blogging for Boston.com
Trackback excerpt:   The latest list of cnvention bloggers is here. Also, my bloggery of the Convention will be run by www.Boston.com. Finally, in response to the NY Times editorial, yes, I fully intend to be "tamed into centrism." I'm looking forward to it! In fact, my "G... [Read More]

Posted on Joho the Blog at July 16, 2004 7:00 AM

For Connoisseurs of High Church Condescension, Here's Alex Jones on Bloggers at the Convention
Trackback excerpt:   Let's Be Clear, says Alex Jones, Bloggers Are the Sizzle, Not the Steak... Jones, of Harvard's Kennedy School, a former reporter for the New York Times, and a biographer of newspaper families, writes in the Los Angeles Times (July 18,... [Read More]

Posted on BOPnews at July 19, 2004 10:36 AM

For Connoisseurs of High Church Condescension, Alex Jones on Bloggers at the Convention
Trackback excerpt:   Let's Be Clear, say Alex Jones and the Los Angeles Times, "Bloggers Are the Sizzle, Not the Steak..." My response: do your homework. Don't recycle. [Read More]

Posted on PressThink at July 19, 2004 12:51 PM

Open, Multi-Directional Communications
Trackback excerpt:   Hopefully, we will be examples of open, transparent sharing of information that promotes multidirectional communications and helps bring democracy back closer to the ideals of Jefferson. [Read More]

Posted on Greater Democracy at July 20, 2004 7:43 AM

Unfriendly Friendster
Trackback excerpt:   If you start an online company that services are all based on cyber communities, social networking, and any thing else... [Read More]

Posted on Gnome-Girl at September 4, 2004 6:59 AM

Weblogs y Medios
Trackback excerpt:   Referencias y enlaces de apoyo a mis exposicin El impacto de los weblogs sobre el ecosistema meditico. La fotografa junto al ttulo de la conferencia es de la Dra. Jill Walker (Dept of Humanistic Informatics, University of Bergen, Noruega), autora... [Read More]

Posted on eCuaderno v.2.0 at November 30, 2004 12:53 AM

Unconventional Convention Coverage
Trackback excerpt:   CyberJournalist.net has an updated list of bloggers who received press credentials for the Democratic Convention. Check out the dispatches from our blogroll friends Jeralyn Merritt of TalkLeft, Jessamyn West of Librarian.net, and Natasha C. of Pacific ... [Read More]

Posted on ms.musings at January 3, 2005 9:46 AM

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