(CNN) - Now, it's the Democrats' turn.
With the 2012 Democratic National Convention getting underway in Charlotte this week, the party of the president will have a chance to solidify its base and reach out to new voters.
Can the party shift attention away from Mitt Romney and the GOP? Will President Barack Obama reignite the magic that launched him to victory in 2008? And will the Dems even try to top Clint Eastwood's empty chair?
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On Tuesday, from 12:00-12:30 p.m., CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, anchor of CNN’s Situation Room, will host another fast-paced political roundtable live from the CNN Grill in Charlotte, taking questions from readers via Twitter in the live election roundtable (tweet your questions using hashtag #cnnroundtable).
Joining Wolf will be Candy Crowley, host of CNN's State of the Union and moderator of the upcoming Oct. 16 Presidential Debate, CNN contributors Paul Begala, former chief strategist for the Cinton-Gore campaign and Republican strategist Alex Castellanos, who was an adviser to Mitt Romney's 2008 campaign.
Log on early to cnn.com/roundtable and prepare your questions, and maybe you will be able to interact with CNN’s election team, live from Charlotte.
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