In what is easily the most anticipated speech of this week, so far, Republican Vice Presidential candidate Alaska Governor Sarah Palin addresses the gathered tonight in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Even though the GOP's presidential pick John McCain would probably like it otherwise, the talk of this convention thus far has been largely dominated by the stories surrounding Palin's 17-year-old daughter, Bristol, who is five months pregnant.
Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama has said that he believes the personal lives of children of political candidates should be off the table, and many here in St. Paul agree.
Former Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor, Republican Kerry Healey knows what's likely to be under the campaign microscope and to have her family there with her as it was in her failed 2006 gubernatorial bid against Deval Patrick.
We spoke with Healey about the Palin controversy, starting with how it might link to the Republican Party platform.
This program aired on September 3, 2008. The audio for this program is not available.